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Infared burners with flame at the tops of them

I have a 5 burner infared heater . I think it is a cozworld made like a procom manual control 2 years old . it works good when i turn it on i can see some flames above the placks that are glowing i was wondering what i could do for this or is this normal ? i have blowed it out with air twice and it has not helped. thinks Dennis R

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This may mean that the plaques are cracked, if they are cracked you cannot repair them, you would just have to replace them. You can contact Master Parts they may be able to help you. You can contact them toll free at 800-446-1446. Thank you

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