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    Buderus GB142. 6L error any takers?

    Ionization code. Fuel/air mix. Replaced sensor( basically flame sensor) No Gucci! Didn't have manometer but 500 gal tank 65% full. Or empty as I was looking at it at the time. It was coldest day of yr in long time! Just coincidence idk? Think could've been low Lp pressure

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    Gucci's are sold at Saks 5th Avenue. You can try there.

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    Wow you guys r brutal. I like it. But still no buderus guys huh? Just comedians.

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    Sounds like you know more bout saks than anything. Heh heh.

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    i've worked on buderus but:

    - you havent provided any details in coherent english language
    - you havent proven whether you are a tech or homeowner (we cannot provide diy advice)

    also, reposting the same topic over and over again will only annoy the techs here and pester the mods, which may result in your profile being banned.

    so, based on the available information given in ALL of your threads i can only say "call a professional"

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    I stated I was a tech. S-2 from CT. I tried to reintroduce my question in a more understandable fashion maybe you didn't take time to reread it. I thought I would get some serious answers here and have seen replies to lesser inquiries. Sorry I'm not up to your standard. Maybe I should step up to the pedastal your standing on. Thanks but no thanks. I guess this site isn't for me.

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    My apologies. I stated I was a tech in a different thread

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    Although everything else stands.

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    by posting in AOP residential it is assumed you are a non-tech and no professional advice is given other than to 'call a professional'

    no technical advice is given in any of the open forums. if you want technical advice, apply as a professional member and repost your question, with data details, in an appropriate closed forum.

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