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Pulsing Burner My 150,000 BTU Kerosene Heater pulses, about 80-100 times a minute a minute, resulting in shooting out orange flame. I suspect a bad pump, but before I invest in a new pump and the trouble to change it I'd like an expertspinion. I've cleaner the air intake filters, Changes spark plugs to that recommended by the manufaturer. Start up ignition is not a problem only pulsing at it operates. I suspect I am not burning fuel efficientlt, the orange flame and a strong oder of unburnt kerosene in the air to the point of eye irritation.

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  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2009

    I have a dynaglo 175000 same thing happening to me

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SOURCE: All-Pro Kerosene Heater

I have a 100,000 allpro Kerosene heater I get sprake but won't lite I need help Thanks

Posted on Dec 03, 2008

koolbreezes
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SOURCE: Reddy Heater Kerosene 50,000 BTU produces TOO

There are2- adjustment screws on the back 1--air---#2-fuel. adjust it while running for the perfect combination for the fuel/ air ratio.!

Posted on Dec 22, 2009

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SOURCE: An All Pro 60000 btu kerosene heater.

The fuel filter is clogged you need to clean it. Mine was doing same thing, easy fix.

Posted on Jan 20, 2010

hardrocko
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SOURCE: I have a Reddy Pro 115 BTU kerosene heater the fan

When you say that the fan starts then stops I assume you also mean that the burner starts and stops. If this is correct and the unit is more than a couple of years old you probably need to change the filter in the back and set the pump pressure. Both the filters and the gauges to set the pressure can be found at www.reddyheat.com along with a good explanation as to why you need the gauges. The pressure is set by bleed air pressure and must be exactly 3.5 psig. The gauge is the only accurate way to do it. The filters clog and change the pressure. When the difference is enough the unit will not run. Now with that said there are several other things which you should check. Check the fuel tank for water. Remove any you find. Remove the cover on the right side as you look at the unit from the front and remove the circuit board. Check for cracked connections. If you find any resolder them and reattach the board. That should take care of the unit and get you back to making heat. Let me know if you need anything else.

hardrocko

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Posted on Feb 14, 2010

mxc2
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SOURCE: i need a ignitor for a 150000 btu construction

You can get them at www.allpartsinc.com

Here is a link:

http://www.allpartsinc.com/Items.aspx?key=search&code=__ALLCATS__&searchval=pp200&incl_m=F

Posted on Nov 19, 2010

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