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TOYO LASER 56

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I just moved out to rural Alaska and we have a Toyo Laser 56 heater to heat our little cabin. However, the other day our stove was knocked over, pulling the heater away from the wall, and lying it on its side. The fuel line was not detached, but what I believe to be the air vent was disconnected. Now, it doesn't seem like the heater produces and heat, just air. It almost seems as though no "flame" is being prduced to create the heat. Any ideas? Do you think this is able to be fixed? I'm not sure who I can call since we live remote. Any advice you could give would be GREATLY appreciated. Thanks again so very much.
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Here is a link to the owner's manual... look it over to see what may have come unhooked. If you can't solve it you may be able to contact the business for this web site...

http://www.rural-energy.com/publications/catalog/document/270

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No this is not right. You can remove the air hose for a short time until you can get another part, i.e., new flue pipe. The stove tech should have told you he would be back with a new part. As far as the igniter is concerned it could be replaced without removing the heater. Now, if you had flooded the unit trying to start it many times your mechanic might have had to take the unit out just to be able to clean it completely.

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