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    Voyager

    What will cause a RTRM diagnostic fault With no fault on the ignition board? Its Intermittently doing it only in heat. If any limits trip Ignition board is first in line.

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    I think TC01, TC02?

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    That will throw a fault on the ignition board. I physically removed spade from the limit while it was running and it faulted the ignition board and the rtrm board.

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    I swaped boards with the unit next to it. We will see if the problem follows the board.

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    Just sitting here eating lunch and I'm reading about the Voyager heating or I should say , reliatel heating. Says gas heat: if any failure occurs such as loss of flame, limit switch , flame rollout , indicates on the rtrm.
    Further Diagnostics are available by examining the ignition module LED.
    (We have had quite a lot of trouble in the last 3 years with the Emerson ignition board.)

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    I had a similar one a couple of months ago. Combustion blower would come on but nothing else. Spent a couple of minutes checking the obvious. Then swapped the heat board with another unit on the same roof. Problem followed the board.

    I consider myself lucky. I'll take it when I can get it, LOL
    If you were a real tech, you'd solder a relay on that board and call it good to go.

    I do a triple evac with nitro to remove non condensables.

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    What would trigger a fault on the rtrm board but not the ignition board when the heat is running? I called tech support but I think the guy was more worried about getting me off the phone and I was freezing my ass off on a windy ass roof.

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    Not communicating proper?

    There is a Reliatel manual, something shy of 4 meg, which equates to something over 100 pages. Last time I needed it, the check out procedures are pretty thorough. But your conditions might make it more difficult.

    Didn't see an email in your profile.


    Quote Originally Posted by Spitz View Post
    What would trigger a fault on the rtrm board but not the ignition board when the heat is running? I called tech support but I think the guy was more worried about getting me off the phone and I was freezing my ass off on a windy ass roof.

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    If you were a real tech, you'd solder a relay on that board and call it good to go.

    I do a triple evac with nitro to remove non condensables.

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