I’m wondering if any of you have had this problem, and if so what did you do to fix it? While out…in cooler weather, I turned on my furnace.
So it appears you have an ignition lockout fault. That would mean that the electronics is not detecting a flame that MAY be there. Maybe a bad ground at the electronic board. Or, the sparking you hear may not be taking place at the place it should be.
I took the outside cover off,and the furnace cycled but went into fault after 3 … You are having an ignition lockout fault. …. From Atwood (Hydro Flame) manual:
Replace ignition control board, use only OEM psars … The inducer (exhaust) blower will purge all gasses from the furnace and pressurize a … Either a pilot will come on or the burner tube will ignite then spread the flame to all burners. … Atwood 8535 IV 34,000 9.8 Amps- Cause of Ignition Lockout Fault.
Author Topic: Atwood hydro flame issues (Read 9782 times) … After 3 attempts the unit shuts down, showing an ignition lockout fault. Is this a problem I … See the Furnace Troubleshooting Guide in the Forum Library. Use the .