Question about Vulcan Heating & Cooling
Vulcan heating serial 00026028
Posted by Anonymous on
It sounds like your unit is either over amping and tripping or your breaker is scorched on the inside and needs to be replaced. Can you tell if it's tripping? if it is tripping it is probably a compressor problem. You need to get someone with an amp meter to verify if it is going over the stated amperage on your nameplate.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
Possibly a bad thermocouple or whatever is sensing the flame. If its a flame rod you can clean it with steel wool. Let me know what you find.
Posted on May 06, 2010
You have to recode the remote to the heater if the batteries have been removed for more than 3 minutes. On the comfort control will the remote is in a off state turn the heater off at the power.
While off press and hold the up button and the on/off until code appears then release buttons and turn the power back on to the heater.
When code disappears from the remote turn on the remote set the temp higher than current temp and combustion fan should start up then heater will fire up.
If not repeat process as they are easily corrupted by other remotes.
Download control manual from - http://www.bonaire.com.au/support/documentation/owner/default.aspx
Set / check fan speed or it may overheat.
Posted on May 23, 2011
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