Error Code

JakeGr Posted By JakeGr, Feb 9, 2008 at 9:25 PM

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  1. JakeGr

    JakeGr
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    Jan 7, 2008
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    I was hoping someone out there with an Eko might know what E 1 means. After starting a fire from a cold start and letting it get up to temperature, I turned on the temp. control unit and E 1 showed up on the display. I waited a little bit and it didn't go away, so I let the fire burn out, then unplugged it from the outlet and let it sit for a bit. I was hoping that it might reset, but it hasn't. Anyone with any ideas?
    Thanks
     
  2. leaddog

    leaddog
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    Sep 24, 2007
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    E1 on the new reg is a fault with the temp probe. I don't know if that is the same as yours but it is a start. Check and make sure that the temp prob leads are tight and the prob is seated on top of the boiler ok. also look it over to make sure there isn't any damage. hope this helps.
    leaddog
     
  3. barnartist

    barnartist
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    Dec 30, 2007
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    Leaddog's right. I had an overheat one time and it melted my probe's wire insulation, and made the wires touch each other. E-1 I think.
     
  4. WRVERMONT

    WRVERMONT
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    Oct 29, 2007
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    I got the E1 code when boiler body was below freezing. Assumed this was a safety feature. I warmed the probe with my hand to above 0 degrees Celcius and things returned to normal. Also noticed that when temp wavered around freezing the 2amp fuse blew. New fuse cheap at radio shack.
     
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