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My propane wall heater sounds like a blow torch when it kicks on and shotts flame out the front. I tis one with the bricks.

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    Dan Webster Oct 29, 2012

    I just looked at amazon on the model you posted and that is a natural gas model. If you have propane connect it will not work . That heater cannot be converted either. It is strictly a nat gas heater ONLY

  • Annella Simpson Oct 29, 2012

    I have the 5 burner . I dont know why it says 3. It is the Pro Com propane heater and I have been using it for 3 years with no problem. Thanks

  • Dan Webster
    Dan Webster Oct 30, 2012

    Remove the bricks and look for a busted burner. I bet it has a ripp in the seam along the burner holes. Seen it.

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Get a vacuum cleaner and clean the dust off the bricks is what I would do.

Posted on Oct 28, 2012

  • Annella Simpson Oct 28, 2012

    Thanks I tried that but did not work.

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