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All Pro heater will not light

Have a all pro heater that ran out fuel now it well not light. how do i check the ignitor to see if getting power.

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Since it was running good before it ran out of fuel, my guess is there was some trash in the tank that got sucked up & either/or clogged the fuel filter or restricted the nozzle. clean or replace both.

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