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If those are the only lights lit on the control then you don't have call for heat or the boiler isn't recognizing a call for heat. Is the thermostat turned up? do you have an indirect fired water heater that uses the boiler water to heat you hot water (if you did you probably wouldn't have hot water)? How many thermostats do you have?
Ok, what do you have for a water heater?
do you have a zone valve or a dedicated circulator for the BoilerMate?
That wasn't a yes or no question. Zone vale or circulator dedicated to the BoilerMate? it's one or the other? if you have zone valves there will also be at least i circ.
Ok what brand? also do you have a multi-meter?
What is the control display on the BoilerMate indicating?
Ok first thing to check is the zone vale transformer. Is it putting out 24 volts AC
You have 24 vac at the zone valve transformer?
Ok, do you have a zone valve controller or do they connect directly to the boiler?
It would be 1 low voltage lead from the zone valve to the boiler
Ok, Do you have a zone valve controller or not?
Above wasn't a yes or no question. Anyway assuming you have a Taco controller what LED's are lit on the controller?
So have you established a call for heat?
Please repost I don't understand which LED's are lit.
Are any flashing?
Yes, checking on possibilities. Is the circ running? do you have power to the circ?
Try cycling the power off wait a minute then back on again. If the problem persists you probably have a faulty temp sensor (it's connected to the SENSOR plug on the control).
If the sensor isn't the problem then the troubleshooting guide says to replace the control unit.