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My oil tank ran out of oil. I had it filled today. The

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My oil tank ran out of oil. I had it filled today. The burner light (green) on my Beckett burner is flashing. I have pressed the red reset button a couple of times. I have also tried bleeding the air out of the line. I can not get the burner to start or the fuel to flow properly. Everything was running ok prior to running out of oil.
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: HVAC
Expert:  Rick replied 1 year ago.

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You have to purge the line with the burner running. Assuming you have the bleeder on the burner pump open, you have to hold the reset button down for 30 seconds to bet the burner to restart after a hard lockout (2 attempts with no flame). If your ignition control is a Beckett not a Honeywell then you hold it down for at least 15 seconds

Expert:  Rick replied 1 year ago.

Pump bleeder pic attached