Question about Reddy Heater RLP100 Portable Forced Air Propane Heater with Variable Heat Ouput
I need to no how to change a coupler for a forced air heater natural gas..the unit is turning on but no flame to the piliot..
Thermo coupler is held in place with a clamp bracket at the pilot end and a small brass line nut on the other end going into the gas valve.The pilot flame must surround the sensing bu or wrap itself around it Press the pilot button for a few seconds and fire up the pilot flame. Wait a few more minutes and turn the gas vale on for the main burners. If it fires, your set.Good Luck,Ned
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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Merry Lynn, there will be no physical differences between Natural Gas heaters and Propane Gas heaters. Check the model number of the unit, it may have a N or P or LP printed at the end of it to distinguish which gas it uses. The plate that is attached to the heater should indicate the type of gas it uses.
DO NOT try to convert this heater to another gas.
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