Question about Reddy Heater-30-55,000 BTU Variable
I have a Reddy Heater R55, s/# 3349330. I had just recently replaced the spark plug because heater would not ignite. After repalcing spark plug unit ran great. I useed the heater tonight, about a week after replacing the sprk plug and i noticed small unburnt dropps of fuel blowing out past the cone onto my floor. I ran the heater and looked at the cone and i see small drops of fuel hiting the inside surface if the combustion chamber after the cone. I have no idea why but it is getting cold here in Minnesota. thanks
In the back of the heater by the filter there should be a screw if yours is like mine screwing it in adds fuel backing it out gives you less make sure filtre is clean because if it isnt it will make it **** more fuel i took the cover off watched the ignitors and adjusted the fuel until it stoped making the jet sound and that is where i left it seems to be burning good there give it a try hope i helped
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