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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is specific instruction on web site for 8888 code flashing, as bbtoast has instructed.
From a distance we are unable to do the test procedure, you will need to do it, follow the instructions given on THIS PAGE. you also will need a multimeter to test for the 2.4volts and also a 10K ohm resistor to test.
Without testing as instructed here are your options
plus failure of combustion motor.
Sorry no magic wand available, you will need to get your hands dirty, part identifiers and circuit diagrams are also on given site
I think you will find that Brian has already indicated this much and there is not anything more anybody could tell you.
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
You can obtain an electronic copy of the 441 owner's manual from http://www.monitorproducts.com/customer-support/manuals
Scroll towards the bottom of the page to find the 441 or 442 manuals.
Posted on Feb 08, 2008
Hi, whats the difference between a "Model 41" and a "Model "441" Monitor heater? Are the manuals interchangeable and its simply a generational thing?
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
SOURCE: mp1 monitor 441 ran out
Check the fuel filter and the fuel strainer. The strainer is located on the right side of the heater at the bottom. It is on the side of the fuel sump with 2 screws holding the cover on. Turn off the valve at the oil barrel before removing the strainer and have some rags ready to catch the fuel that will come out. You may also have an air bubble in the line. Use the small screw on top of the filter to vent the filter. You can also place a bowl under the line where it connects to the back of the heater and loosen the line so you can get the kerosene flow started. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 15, 2010
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