Question about Dyna-Glo D-E37 Wall Mounted Panel Heater
This heater was bought from a yard sale but is in excellent condition, or so I thought. When I 1st hooked it up & turned it on, I could smell gas bad but I let it go & after about 10min or so the far left burner finally lit but it was the only one. I got a flashlight & looked in the back of it & could see that the little gas nipples were pretty much covered over with gunk. I pulled the plate off the bottom/front & cleaned them the best I could & used a small pc of wire to clean the holes out. It seems to be working better but still not right. Now all burners will light except the 1 second to the left. Also, when I turn the thermastat to turn it on, it has to go all the way to 5 before it'll kick on. At that point you can hear & feel it kick on but when you try to turn it down, it shuts completely off when you reach 4&1/2-5. It seems to be either all or nothing.
Have someone check your gas pressure that sound more like the problem you describe
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
It would be the thermosat is faulty only working on high and shuting down too soon with no heat ?
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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