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Arow Oil Burner Cuts out

R Dakin
R Dakin Member Posts: 2
I need a little help here please! I have changed the oil filter, pump screen, transformer, nozzle, primary control, and cad cell and nothing seems stop it from cutting out. It has a .03 breech draft and a 0.02 over fire. Help please any suggentions

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  • Bluenose_27
    Bluenose_27 Member Posts: 1
    Arow or Aero

    Is this a Aero burner with a 3450 motor?
  • Michal
    Michal Member Posts: 213
    whats cutting out?

    is it the cadd cell thats cutting out or the thermal overload on the motor. I just had where my burner was cutting out on thermal overload and then as a result the cad cell would lock out. The conclusion and solution was that the fuel line had a obstrucytion. So I blew out the line from the filer back with 100 pounds of air from a compressor, and so far so good. i did the same, changed filter, pump, etc and guys here gave me ideas and i blew the line out. try it
  • Al Gregory
    Al Gregory Member Posts: 260


    Burner motor probably has a dead spot
  • tommyoil
    tommyoil Member Posts: 613
    Were the lines buried??

    Cant say I'm a huge fan of "blowing out" oil lines. Thats just asking for trouble. Could lead to more than the initial problem. I would do that as an absolute last resort. Try a hand(vacuum) pump and a vacuum gauge on the line. Eliminate the guess work. JMO.
  • R Dakin
    R Dakin Member Posts: 2


    Is it possible to have a dead spot in the burner motor and would i see a difference at all in the pump pressure.
  • Michal
    Michal Member Posts: 213
    pressure change

    honestly I do not think you will see a pressure change, I think its a point in the motor where if it lands on it, it will not turn over, its a internal thing, But since I blew out my lines, its been fine.
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