Well, that didn't work. BUT! I found an unused key to the right of the space bar with a tablet like icon and a cursor pointer on it. I clicked that while
all LED lamps operate on some form of DC current. All LED lamps have either a bridge rectifier or just a two diode setup to change the AC to DC. normal
Issue Solved. My circuit board was bad. Replaced and everything is working great.
I know this is an old thread but, in case somebody still needs info, here's what I've found.
The little plastic lever wears out and causes
Just wanted to say hello to all of you. I am Cristinia a new member of your community
One blink, gas flow, gas pressure, gas valve, flame sensor, thats what the manual says, also does the vent fan actuate first, are you getting power to
The ignitor checked out good. I looked at the control panel and it blinks once
Break out your multi meter and check to see if there is power to the igniter connections, then check the igniter for the correct resistance and not infinite,
Hey. Yeah I opened up the document. Just a lot of information trying to find the right information. In other posts you have seen of the Flame Roll
nine out of ten times I've seen posts about that switch. did you look at that web site I included?