Question about Reddy Heater RLP100 Portable Forced Air Propane Heater with Variable Heat Ouput
I can start heater and it will run for about 3 minutes then the flame will get real low as if not enough fuel. Can shut off and restart and will do again after about 3 minutes. All the components are clean. Thanks, Wes
Reddy suggests: 1. Propane supply may be inadequate 2. High surrounding air temperature causing thermal limit device to shut down heater 3. Restricted air flow 4. Damaged fan 5. Excessive dust or debris in surrounding area solutions are: 1. A) Refill tank B) Provide additional and/or larger tanks. 2. This can happen when running heater in temperatures above 85° F (29° C). Run heater in cooler temperatures 3. Check heater inlet and outlet. Remove any obstructions 4. Replace fan. 5. Clean heater. could not get manual for your exact model but if you want manual for RLP 125 then; http://188.8.131.52/manuals/113893-01C.PDF appears to be the same beast. Hope helps :)
Posted on Feb 27, 2007
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