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Propane TT PS 60 E02

Rich Davis_2Rich Davis_2 Member Posts: 97
About 2 months ago my TT PS60 started having hard lockout on E02, not lighting. I pulled the ignitor and went ahead and serviced the boiler. The ignitor looked fine but I cleaned the electrodes with a fine file anyway. In the last couple days it's doing it again I haven't pulled the ignitor yet and I've went ahead and ordered a new ignitor. I didn't have a combustion test done yet. I installed this boiler about 2012 and never had any problems with it. Does anyone have any suggestions. Also when I reset it it will try to lite once and then always on the 2nd try it fires fine.


  • IronmanIronman Member Posts: 6,149
    You should only use a dollar bill to clean the electrodes.

    Without first establishing that the combustion numbers are correct, it's a guessing game after that, not a diagnosis.

    Have you checked to make sure the condensate line is clear including the collector at the bottom of the heat exchanger?
    Bob Boan
    You can choose to do what you want, but you cannot choose the consequences.
  • lchmblchmb Member Posts: 2,996
    Has it ever had a proper service done?
  • Rich Davis_2Rich Davis_2 Member Posts: 97
    Yes 2 years ago.
    I went to the TT school in 2010.
  • Rich Davis_2Rich Davis_2 Member Posts: 97
    Well the problem is back. I had combustion check done every thing is in spec, checked the propane press 9-10"WC good, replaced igniter ran fine for about 3-4 weeks now it's tripping about once a day. Any other suggestions? Thanks
  • ZmanZman Member Posts: 6,313
    What were the combustion numbers? High and low?
    "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough"
    Albert Einstein
  • DZoroDZoro Member Posts: 1,037
    Operating gas pressure?
    Have you cleaned the burner side of the H/E?
    How is the light off? rough? delayed?
    How does the venturi look? any black dust inside?
  • psb75psb75 Member Posts: 309
    Any follow up from original poster on this? I have a TT PS60 and remain interested.
  • IronmanIronman Member Posts: 6,149
    Check all of your electrical connections, particularly the ground. It must be solid all the way from the burner back to the electric panel.
    Bob Boan
    You can choose to do what you want, but you cannot choose the consequences.

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