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My code is below, setting gas to 21000, but I've tried values up to 100000 and nothing works:

eth.sendTransaction({from:eth.coinbase, to:ACCOUNT, value: web3.toWei(30, "ether"), gas:21000})

I've also tried:

eth.sendTransaction({from:eth.coinbase, to:ACCOUNT, value: web3.toWei(30, "ether"), gas:21000, gasPrice:web3.toWei(300, 'gwei')})

Regardless of the gas value I select, I get the error "Exceeds block gas limit"

Any idea how I can get rid of this error?

**This question has been marked as a duplicate of another question, but that question remained unanswered and is pending OP posting their actual code snippet. There aren't helpful answers elsewhere as of yet.

marked as duplicate by eth, Waqar Lim, Piper Merriam, Joris Bontje, Tjaden Hess Mar 7 '16 at 16:54

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  • try 3 000 000 as gas input – jayD Mar 6 '16 at 8:29
  • facing exactly same issue but at deploy via truffle – Inzmam ul Hassan Jan 25 '18 at 13:02
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Are you sure that you are actually connected and synced to the network? I had the exact same issue and that was what fixed it.

Try typing net.peerCount

if it comes up as 0, try this solution: https://github.com/ethereum/go-ethereum/issues/1676#issuecomment-163560490

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