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Great tips about troubleshooting your outdoor patio heater. ...Pilot Light Won't Stay Lit - How to Replace a Broken Thermo Couple on Furnace ...
When the pilot lights continue holding the button down for a full minute and then release. It should stay lit then to allow you to turn it to the on position. If the pilot will not stay lit after holding it for the full minute, then the thermocouple will need to be replaced.
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my mr heater
mh9b won't stay lit. The pilot flame starts acting wierd and making
noise after ten to fifteen minutes of being lit and then goes out
completely. It can be re-lit but goes out again in a bit. Any
Do you have the serial number or the manufacture date? There are some design changes and I would need to know the year of manufacture to assist accurately. Usually it is a relay or the thermocouple connection that will affect the unit staying lit.
have you tried to heat up thermal couple for a couple of minutes. It takes a few minutes for the flames to actually starts heating thermal couple you might have to move thermal couple a little closer to heater flames
go to this site www dot desatech dot com. Here you'll find parts to repair your heater. a propane heater uses a millivolt generator to sense the flame. along it's cappilary are two push on spde connectors. these connect to the high limit temperature sensor which is mounted on the flame backplate of your heater. to see if it is the high limit shutting down your heater, jumper across the two spade connectors. if the heater stays on, this is your problem. if the flame still goes out, then the millivolt generator is shot.