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I HAVE A MODEL BF8000ST, THE FLAME PART IS NOT WORKING, I CHECKED EVERYTHING INSIDE AND EVEN SWITCHED THE REOSAT WITH THE DIMMER SWITCH. IS THERE A WAY TO CHECK THE MOTOR FOR THE FLAME?

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"Resetting the Temperature Cutoff Switch

This unit is equipped with a thermostat which controls the temperature
of the room by turning the heater on and off. The heater is protected
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Check if electricity is present inside box.
Check nearby electrical plug to see if everything nearby has power.
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If no electricity is inside the box, and breaker is ON, then there is a loose wire inside one of the boxes on that circuit and electrician has to track back until loose wire is discovered.

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