No Flame malfunctions

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Luc90047

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The red lights on our No Flame Plus units flash rapidly when the units are turned on, but the lights never turn green. Any suggestions or remedies?
 
JMN

JMN

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First thought is the coil may have either fused(shorted) or fractured (no energy path)and may need replacing.

Feel handy with a multimeter? Open and see if the heating coil has continuity (10-20 ohms or very close) if it reads 0 ohms at the board, it's probably shorted.
 
Jenners

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Also, check the fan. My fan mount broke and it wouldn't work. I opened it up, cleaned the massive amounts of dust in there, glued the fan mount back in, and it works fine again.
 
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Luc90047

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First thought is the coil may have either fused(shorted) or fractured (no energy path)and may need replacing.

Feel handy with a multimeter? Open and see if the heating coil has continuity (10-20 ohms or very close) if it reads 0 ohms at the board, it's probably shorted.

Thanks. I am not handy with anything electrical. But I will have it checked out.
 
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Also, check the fan. My fan mount broke and it wouldn't work. I opened it up, cleaned the massive amounts of dust in there, glued the fan mount back in, and it works fine again.

Thanks. Fan appears to be working properly. That was the first thing I checked.
 
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Have you tried adjusting the sensitivity? There is a little black "button" recessed into the bottom of the housing. Sometimes that is all it needs; you just need something like a flat head screwdriver to turn it.

We see a number of them come in for service, and it's either the sensitivity that needs to be adjusted, or something on the board has shorted, like JMN mentioned.
 
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