Question about Cozy (W352E) Heater
Heater fires up but when fan starts blowing fire shuts down
Look at the flame when the blower starts. Does it change?
If so there may be a hole or crack in the heat exchanger and it may need a replacement or a new heater.
Particularly look at the area and flame associated with the pilot. If this becomes more erratic or lays down more it can be from a draft caused by the blower you may need to block the air and deflect it. Or blow out the pilot burner with compressed air and retry it this usually works especially if it has a lazy pilot flame.
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Posted on Mar 23, 2009
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