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Toyo stove, Lazer 30 model

The heater ran out of fuel.  We got new fuel, tried restarting.  After 3 tries the error E22 come up on the heater and stated that we needed to call a repair person.  the error will not allow us to try to start the heater again with out tech support.  What can we do?  We live in a remote area of Alaska.  Tech support is not available.

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EE22 is a lockout code.
Unplug unit for 30 min.
You need to findout why you still get EE2 or EE6
Check fuel and filter
Still have problems call me I'm in North Pole
Dave 4889179

Posted on Apr 07, 2010

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