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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, If you have the same problem with your stove , furnace and water heater, Then you look for things in common that would cause the problem. Any change in the flames is an indication of a change in the fuel/air mix. The item that would be common to all would be the pressure diaphragm. This is not something a customer should work on without a through knowledge of how they work. I think you would be well advised to have a service call. Good Luck!
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
SOURCE: low flame even on high
Check the propane regulator if equipped
Check the gas orifices - they may be carboned up and require cleaning
Check the venturi tubes (the tubes that go over the gas jets) - they may have spider webs or other insect cocoons in them
Make sure the gas valves work correctly (high/low)
You mentioned that you replaced the burners - are they correct for the unit and installed ok?
Make sure the gas valve on the propane tank is opened all the way
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
make sure you have the gas valve knob on turned to pilot while pressing that down while pushing the spark it should light or it is tripped on a safety like rollout switch or oxygen depletion sensor if equipped which all ventless heaters are
Posted on May 12, 2009
SOURCE: low flame
The newer type tank has an anti tip safety device. It gets all boo boo'd when the grill is moved around. Remove the tank. Open the valves on the grill and close them back. Re install the tank and slowly open the valve.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
sounds like an obstruction in pilot assembly.try using canned compressed air to blow directly into pilot. this technique is successful about 70%. if not,pilot assembly must be removed and cleaned thorougly
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
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