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That sounds about right because the emergency fuel shut off switch located under the passenger (right) side kick panel will pop when it is jarred. It's designed to shut the fuel system off in an accident. It's just a push of a button to get it going again.
Heating element is probably burnt out. Easy to replace. Contact www.ereplacementparts.com. They run about $56 plus shipping. Might be better off to buy a new unit...that's what I did but mine was VERY used...
Heat guns look a lot like hair dryers - but, as many instructions thoughtfully point out, should never be used for drying hair! The method of operation of a hot air gun is similar to a hair dryer: a fan pulls air into the body of the tool and drives it across an electric heating element and out through a nozzle.
For stripping paint, the heated air is directed onto the painted surface, causing it to soften so that it can be easily stripped off - either by using a stripping knife or hook. For best results it is best to work up the surface with the heat gun above the stripping tool, softening the paint just before the stripping tool reaches it. The tool is used one-handed, with the other hand to hold the stripping tool.
Some heat guns can be used sitting on a bench so that two hands are free to use the hot air for other applications.