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Laars Lite heater not working

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I got the pilot light going but but the red flashing light is not lit. Heater is not lighting. Any ideas.

Paul

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  • Anonymous Jun 12, 2008

    i have the same problem

  • Anonymous Jun 21, 2008

    Pilot is lit but the gas won't lite the heater. How cxan I adjust pressure or bleed the gas line?



  • pmcinerney Jun 25, 2008

    Laars lite 2 model lg 250 000 btu. The pilot light is on and putting .495 milivolts to gas valve. Pressure switch is closed and all components ring out. The light on the square black module is not flashing. Any ides?

  • dskeen Jul 03, 2008

    No red led light as well. Jumpered around everything and still no ignition. How much milivolts do you need for the system to work? Could it be the pilot generator? Help!!

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1st time this happened to me the filter wasn't clean. 2nd time it was the pressure switch and for the third time they say I have to bleed the gas line, not enough gas to lite. And I also need the on/off switch gone bad.

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