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There are several possibilities for this error.
1. You're out of fuel.
2. You're not getting any fuel to the burner.
3. The high temperature limit is activated.
4. Your flame rod (sensor) is dirty.
The noise the pump makes is a give away for a fuel problem. If it's not getting fuel it will make a loud ticking or thumping sound before the heater cuts off. If it is doing this, you need to check your fuel filter if you have one close to your outside tank. You should also check the strainer located on the right side of heater in the fuel sump. Two screws hold the cover on. Turn off the fuel at the tank before cleaning the strainer. You should have some old rags or something to catch the kerosene that is going to come out. The high temperature limit should reset after it cools, but you should find out why it overheated. Cleaning the circulation fan may help with that. Lastly, look at the flame rod and make sure it's not dirty (soot). You can clean it with some steelwool or fine sandpaper. Let me know if this doesn't help and we can go from there.

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Hi EJAKFbanks,

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