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Won't stay lit

When i lite my ready heater rep50 c p gas 50,000 btu it will not stay lit.

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Try www.reddyparts.com for help

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Propane Forced Air Heaters ReddyHeater 50,000 BTU unable to keep heater lit....

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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    Where can I locate a Manual for a ReddyHEater 50,000 BTU?



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Pilot lite won't stay lit


Thermostat flame sensor. Do you see a little rod next to the pilot? That is what tells the main gas valve that the pilot is lit and it is safe to give gas. Easy swap, and you can usually just pick up a generic one.

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Model rlp50 50,000 propane heater fan will run, will light, but won't stay lite when you release button, fan still runs


i have the exact same heater with the exact same problem. tested the thermocouple seems to be fine, tested the relay, it seems to be fine, could it be the gas valve????

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My 35000 btu will not stay lit. after i take my finger off the propane gas butten the flame goes off. what is wrong. this is a ready heater


I would venture to say that it is the thermocouple not picking up signal to keep the gas valve open. You can try cleaning the bulb end with steel wool and positioning it in the flame remember the hottest part of the flame is out on the end.

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Burners are only lighting half way and then gas cuts out. Then the system repeats it' self. coleman heater mod #7995856, serial #1287658845. this is pretty close or just like heaters used in RV'S


OK, the burners will need to have flame on the entire surface or it will trigger a sensor and shut-off. Get a brush and maybe even one of thoes can of air and blow off the burner. Stay away from the glow ignitor because that is very delicate. Once you get flame on all surface of the burners, the unit should stay lit.

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The pilot light on my coleman forced air furance will not stay


almost all thermocouples are universal just need to know the length, ie. 18" , 20", 24" etc...

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Flame goes out


the most common problem is the flame sensor located just behind the fire chamber, about two inches long in a round rubber boot with two wires. you can get one from mr. heater for about 3 bucks. the wires are a different color but all you have to do is splice them to your old wires. it doesn't matter how you connect them.

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Pilot wont stay lite


You either have a bad thermocouple or you need to reset the burner control.

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Pilot stays lit, but burners underneathe do not light up or burn.


Check pump is working, if so could be stuck flow switch or gas valve fault get unit serviced

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