I have re-installed the heater in a different location after not having not used it for several years. I was carefull in not getting contaminantes in the gas line, but can not detect any gas getting thru the regulator. I have bled the gas line to it several times. Should I just get another regulator or can it be something else.
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Here's a link to an Owners Manual for a Duro Heat unit that is very, very similar to your DynaGlo RMC95C-4. I feel pretty confident that this will help you. After you download and print it compare it closely to your heater. http://www.yourheater.com/DH1010-1%20Manual.pdf
did you soak the new wick a good hour in clean kerosine before you installded it???is your wick in the correct position? it needs to be 5/8" showing when installed in the up most position.very important to soak the wick or it won't wick up fluid as it is suppose to.
RobinRents.com carries Dynaglo parts. I'm not sure if they have all Dynaglo parts, though. Give them a call. Maybe they can help. Those foreign made heaters are hard to get parts for, compared to Desa, anyway.