Baxi Solo he 24 red fault light

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Hi

My Baxi fires up for about 2 secs then goes off does this about 5 times and then the red fault light comes on so then have to reset but sometimes takes 6 attempts to stay

Light sequence red off green

I think this ignition lockout

I cleaned the condensate bit and also took the the cover off to have a look at the probe electrode kit and noticed that the white wires have melted a bit as it joins the probe

So I think a new electrode kit is in order or possibly a new PCB but was wondering how to avoid the melting of the wire when I get a new one

Many thanks
 
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just fitted a new electrode kit and the boiler fired up and worked but then noticed it was melting the ceramic wire/casing ? so for some reason its over heating the wire has anyone come across this problem
 
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just fitted a new electrode kit and the boiler fired up and worked but then noticed it was melting the ceramic wire/casing ? so for some reason its over heating the wire has anyone come across this problem
Yes, lots of times. You still have no clue and are putting other people at risk.
 
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you should turn that off immediately and get someone registered to correct the actual fault, that is just a symptom it is not the fault.
 
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