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HOW DO YOU CHANGE THE CIRCUIT BOARD ON A MR. HEATER BIG MAX MHU75 NG

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SOURCE: i have a 75,000 btu mr heater and the spark

Hi clean the flame senser blow the dust out of the heater check the fan switch might be dusty jump out pressure switch see if that helps

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SOURCE: how big of a breaker

It looks like a 15 amp breaker would be fine, here is the spec sheet
http://shopfnc.com/pdffiles/mhu45spec.pdf

As you can see the unit only pulls 3 amps.

Hope this helps

Posted on Nov 17, 2010

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You may very well be right because if the induced draft motor won't come on then the heatin cycle stops there. It makes me wonder about the board because of it doing the same thing even if it's not calling for heat. Thanks.

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