Baxi solo he won't fire up

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  1. bazinverwood1966

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    I have a baxi solo he that clicks on both green lights come on then within 3-4 seconds cuts out with the light next to the power light going red. It then tries to start several times doing the same thing then it stops.
    I have tried switching the thermostat to full but this makes no difference.
    If anyone has any thoughts on the problem I would be grateful.
     
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    Check the fan is operating correctly and not sticking.
     
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    Fan is working correctly and power supply is ok :confused:
     
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    There are three lights. What is final status?

    IE, Left-flash, Middle-on, and right-on?
     
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    It may well be a gas/combustion issue which is not suitable for a DIY repair.

    Could also be the PCB at fault too.

    You will probably have to call a gas reg engineer.

    Tony
     
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