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Vent free wall heater starves for gas

Ran 75 ft 3/4 pipe to garage hooked up wall heater works fine for 10 or 15 min than the piliot seems to start starving like starts blowing air instead of gas and goes out do they make flow boosters

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  • kmathist Jan 23, 2009

    its coming off a y inthe house that comes off the meter it has a non adjustable regulator thats built in the unit idid not install a mosture collector **** i have serveral loops in the flex line that attaches to the heater do you have to use a supply tank?? unaware

  • Allen Neal
    Allen Neal May 11, 2010

    need to know more such as is this the only app hooked to line , what is the supply tank , does it have a regulator and if you know what type -adjustable or non-adjustable , did you install a drip loop or moisture collector in line

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The 3/4 pipe will provide enough gas provided that it does not have a lot of elbows in the run. The more elbows you have, the less gas you have at the end of the run.

I recommend that you call the company which provides you with the gas and have them come out and look at your problem. They will be able to analyze your situatioin and make a recommendation to you. This is a free service. Good luck with it.

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