Table 3-1. Troubleshooting
TEST OR INSPECTION
BURNER WILL NOT FIRE OR MISFIRES.
Fuel is very flammable and can explode easily. Keep fuel away from open flame or any spark.
Failure to comply may result in serious injury or death.
Check low oil indicator for low oil level.
Replenish oil supply (page 3-12).
Check to see that cam on low oil indicator shaft is engaging rollor of low oil limit switch.
Contact Unit Maintenance.
Check fuel supply level and check that fuel shutoff valve is in the free flow position.
Replenish fuel supply and open shutoff valve.
Check fuel lines for loose connections or fittings.
Tighten loose connections and fittings (page 2-19).
Check fuel lines for clogging or kinks.
If fuel lines are clogged or kinked, notify Unit Maintenance.
Check fuel filter for clogging or damage.
Notify Unit Maintenance to replace filter if clogged or damaged.
Press burner disconnect reset button.
Notify Unit Maintenance if unable to reset.
If burner does not start, notify your supervisor.