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My stadt heater show flame det fault.reset from pcb.But fault coming time to time

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The error message displays as it has what it means is flame detector fault reset from power circuit breaker. This indicates that the flame detector inside the unit might have malfunctioned therefore a reset has to be performed by turning of the power source to the unit for a couple of minutes and then put it back on. If after doing this the unit still comes up with the same error message then you need an expert to help examine the unit and maybe check the flame detector so the unit does not fail to detect fire when the need arises. Hope this sonution has been helpful?

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    Hi, You can try to reset the heater from the main power switch. Trun off the heater for 30seconds and turn it back on again. If it still doesn't work for further help please visit our website www.stadt.net.au for technical support or give us call on 1300 763 563.

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