Question about Coleman 5033-700 Utility Heater
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my colman forced air propane
No, it's not normal.
There are two things that can cause the problem: Low gas pressure or poor air intake at the air shutter control on the burner(s). The air intake may simply be clogged with dust and lint. In which case, you can clean it with a vacuum that has a hose and crevice tool attachment. Vacuuming the burners will also help.
As far as the low gas pressure is concerned , be sure your tank has enough gas to carry the heater. It may be running out. Gas pressure will have to be professionally checked.
The cleaning part, you can handle.
Hope this helps resolve your problem.
Posted on Feb 26, 2011
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