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Gas smell from Procom 28000 btu infared heater

I PURCHASED A NEw PROCOM HEATER AND I HAVE A SMALL GAS SMELL WHEN THE PILOT AN D HEATER IS -ON. I CHECKED ALL CONNECTIONS AND THEY ARE TIGHT.I TURNED GAS OFF AT VALVE AND NO GAS SMELL,i CAN NOT FIND MY PAERWORK AND THE HEATER IS ONLY 2 MONTHS OLD.ANYONE WITH A SOLUTION OR AN EMAIL ADDRESS OR PHONE NUMBER FAR PROCOM?
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JAY CALK

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    My pro com heater was fine for the first month. After I turned the heat down for a day the heater smells like lighter fluid when I turn it up.

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Check the connections with some washing up liquied and water in a bowel and try the connections with this , it should help find your leak use a paint brush to put on

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