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What happens if you can't find a boiler code?

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It is necessary to troubleshoot the boiler if the error codes are not visible. There are four possible causes of a boiler not producing heat: the boiler has no power, the water is low, the pilot light or ignition malfunctioned or the thermostat malfunctioned.

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If there is no power to the boiler, the cause may be a blown fuse or tripped breaker. If the water level is low, fill the reservoir manually until it reaches 12 pounds per square inch. A pilot light malfunction may simply require the reigniting of the pilot light. However, if the boiler has an electric ignition, further troubleshooting is necessary. If the thermostat is malfunctioning, check the temperature setting and try moving it up or down a couple degrees.

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