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Pro-Temp forced air kerosene heater

I have a salamander will not fire for me. I have replaced the fuel pump but it still does not fire. I have spark and the nozzle is clear. Any ideas ??

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My heater had a filter made out of copper that looked like a bubble stone for a fish tank. I forced compressed air through it and put it back together and it worked great

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