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There is no kerosene coming out for it to light

I have a 35,000 btu reddy heater and there is no kerosene coming out for it to light. I took the cover off and the fan is on and the spark plug is trying to light it. I was using it and it just quit. It was having a hard staying lit before it went out.

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  • Anonymous Jan 13, 2009

    FAN WORKS,HAS SPARK,BUT NO FUEL BEING PUMPED TO LIGHT.

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Most likely it could be the fuel filter. try placeing some fuel in a small bowl then put the fuel line drictley into the fuel.

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