St Croix York insert - #4 troubleshooting code ??

dhickok11

Member
Jan 16, 2012
7
Western Mass
Hello all,

I have a St Croix York pellet insert from 2003 I believe. The stove recently stopped working and the #4 light is flashing on the stove's main board. The strange thing is this troubleshooting light sequence is not in the manual and I have never seen it.
#3 is the low limit or POF code, usually out of pellets
#2 is vacuum, usually dirty stove
and #2 + #3 is the high limit

What the heck does the #4 troubleshooting code indicate?

Thank you,
Dan
 

heat seeker

Minister of Fire
Feb 25, 2011
3,142
Northern CT
I've never seen that code, but I believe it's for factory troubleshooting. There is a thread somewhere in here about that code, but I don't recall if there was any definitive answer. Maybe a call to the manufacturer would help. Have you unplugged the stove for a few minutes, to reset the control?
 

dhickok11

Member
Jan 16, 2012
7
Western Mass
Yes, I had the stove unplugged for 24 hours and still I am getting the code and it's not running. I hadn't thought of a factory code, though. That is helpful information, I'll keep digging.

Thank you,
Dan
 

jzm2cc

Minister of Fire
Sep 25, 2014
536
Northern Michigan
Does stove try to run or just sit there looking dumb? The control boards when viewed standing up always seem to be a setting higher than they are, aka #3 looks like #4 which would be POF aa you know. Stove would at least run for 5 minutes with this code.

Can't find meaning behind an actual 4 code though