I have a Monitor 40, it has been working fine until yesterday. I turn it on ,it lights , but when it switchs to start high fire it shuts down. I am going to pull it apart today . Has anbody ever had this happen and found the problem. Please let me know
Used to live in a apartment that had an oil-fired Monitor 40. From what I recall, if the oil level was getting low, it would run OK on low, but at high, it would sputter and die.
Just a thought, how is your fuel level? Addtionally, have you checked, cleaned the fuel filter lately? You may be getting enough through the filter at low speed, but when it kicks on for high, perhaps the fuel flow rate is increased and can not get through the filter.....
Just my $.02
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