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Burnham ignition module flaw
my Burnham gas boiler (steam heat) was not lighting consistently. Had my local service company replace the flame sensor with no change, then the ignition module with no change. Then they did more research and came up with a redesigned ignition module from Burnham (S8610M made by Honeywell). So now I have a new module, but I'm told they redesigned it because the original one didn't respond well to slightly low gas pressure. This new one is supposed to. So - I've had to pay about $1000 because of a design flaw it seams. Have you heard of this and do you think Burnham has any responsibility to help pay for the service I had to pay for only because of a design flaw?