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Re: I just changed heating elements in my edenpure usa...
Check to make sure that the elements are weird in the right place.
See if there is any loose screws or metal on metal.
The elements might be bad
If wired wrong it may not be making a proper circuit.
Check the pcb boards to see if it is touching metal on the bottom side of board.
If you put a screw in the wrong spot it may be grounding something out.
Check all wires for bare spots
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The thermocouple has to be in contact with the flame at all times when pilot is lit, this heats up and sends mill-volts back to the safety valve to keep the gas on, if not it won't let the gas through, otherwise you need to clean the pilot or replace the thermocouple if everything else is ok..
The troubleshooting manual says low fuel, low fuel and cold weather and kinked supply line. Beyond this I would need to know if something happened to the unit like it fell over or was taken apart.
Generally speaking, fuses blow when too much current passes through them. Typically this happens when there is a short circuit some place. a connector or bare spot in a wire touching ground, a bad component on a circuit board, a bit of conductive debris on a circuit board all can cause shorts. If the fuse blows, it's doing its job to protect you from a problem you have yet to find.
Remove power for some time and switch on after few hours , this might reset any error on the processor , if not the error could be due to fault indication of a failure within the heater, could be the infra or the element.