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Stadt J-90EI ducted heater sometime doesnt turn on. when reset sometime works other time a red light flashes 5 times which on the board says "Flame Det"

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  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2009

    sames

  • figaroddog May 20, 2009

    I have the same problem with the same model. Replaced the 4amp fuse and it lasted for a month. Now i've replaced the fuse again, this time it blows the fuse in a few seconds and that's it. Any feed back would be appreciated. thanks, Peter.

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    Hi, Our company specializes in Stadt ducted heating and cooling repairs. For any technical instructions or enquiry please visit our website on www.stadt.net.au. If you have further query please call on 1300 763 563.

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Stadt ducted heater wont ignite

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  • cameron465 Apr 12, 2010

    heater wont ignite pushed reset heater about 12 years old

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Pilot light keeps going out on windy days and have to reset stadt ducted heater for it to ignite

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