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I plug in my kerosene heater, but it will not fire off

It has plenty of fresh kerosene

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Pull the ignition transformer out and see if its burnt or cracked. Its below the filter housing. Thats what went wrong with mine

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Thermoheater 210,000 BTU will not run. The ignitor is working, fuel is spraying across ignitor. If fan blade is removed, unit will light? It seems to be getting too much wind from the fan blade, causi


Doug, I'm not sure if I understand completely. Are you saying that the problem existed when you still had clean 1-K Kerosene in the tank? If that is the case, I would first check the spark ignitor to ensure that it is clean and set at the correct gap. Understand that Kerosene which has been standing in the tank since last season will not be as volatile as fresh kerosene and probably should not be used. Diesel fuel, especially Diesel #2, is also not nearly as volatile as it should be. I believe these heaters should only be used with fresh kerosene or #1 fuel oil.

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I have repaired many kerosene space heaters in the past. The number one problem that I see is everyone expects the heater to just come on every winter when they plug it up. But usually it does not. It's been sitting in storage collecting dust. And then you hear them say "It worked fine last year". If everyone would just do this at the end of each winter and you are ready to store your heater, (Drain the fuel & clean your tank out). Check your filters and replace if needed. It is that simple. When you need it, do not put the same fuel that you have in a can or barrel (from last year) in the heater. Discard the old fuel properly & just purchase some fresh fuel and start off fresh. If you use the old fuel that was left in the heater or can/barrel, you are just looking for trouble. If you fire the heater off with the old fuel, you are just filling the heater with problems. Water is the problem. The fuel tanks/cans, ect. sweat during the hot months and it all settles in the bottom. Inspect your fuel before using it. Look for water/trash that has settled in the bottom. Discard as needed. You will be nice and warm instead of having heater problems when your freezing & needing heat. Just remember "start off fresh".

on Dec 04, 2010 | Heating & Cooling

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I turn it on and you hear it running than it stops.


Make sure the sparker and flame detector are clean and properly adjusted. Also, make sure the fuel is fresh and moisture free.

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I have a profitter 210,00 btu fires but wont light what should the pressure gage read?


I'm guessing this is a kerosene forced air heater. the pressure for a 210k pro fitter is 8.5 psi.

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My heater will burn for 20 to 30 minutes and will slowly go out, I replaced the wick and put fresh kerosene in the tank, and it still does it. any suggestions Thanks


Recheck the placement (installation) of the wick. It may not be positioned high enough or the tails of wick are not down in the tank far enough to soak up enough kerosene.

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I have a All-Pro 115,000 btu multi fuel heater. When first plugged in fan runs, fuel sprays out the nozzle but heater won't fire. Any suggestions?


You probably have already checked this but is the ignitor trying to fire or not working at all ? Just curious. Thank you

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