warning! Electrodes are there to set the fuel on fire when
it is being blown into the burner chamber at high pressure.
Just the description of the function should spark (pardon the pun)
some caution, if not downright fear.
you have no experience at this go to a service center to get the
work done. If you have some experience, try these basic
instructions. There is no information here, beyond the
basics. These instructions are intended to assist the owner
of the machine, not professionals. Professionals don't need
to read this. They know what to do.
so cautious? First, there is fuel being spayed at high
pressure which is intended to be ignited into a flame.
Second, there is a transformer which produces thousand of volts of
electricity. Third, there is an electrical spark being produced by
the high voltage, which fires the fuel. Fourth, there is a very
intense fire burning in a restricted area.
checking if the igniters are working or positioned properly there
is not much we want to tell you about. If the igniters are
in good shape (not broken, burned or cracked) and after setting
the igniter position and gap, according to manufacturers
specifications, there is still no spark, then the problem is
generally in the transformer. Testing a transformer requires
knowledge and the right testing equipment. Don't touch the
contacts to see if there is power there! Go see a service
SOME OF THESE OPERATIONS CAN BE
EXTREMELY DANGEROUS. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE SUFFICIENT TRAINING IN THESE PROCEDURES, WE RECOMMEND YOU
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