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Heater won't refire after it warms up

Hi, Thank you for your solution reply, however I cannot find a CAD flame sensor on of the Ready Heater Parts web sites. They do mention ignitors and ignition control assembly. Are they in anyway the same thing as the CAD flame sensor ? If not, do you know who I can purchase this part through ? Thanks again, Mike

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  • wereloc8 Jan 23, 2009

    Dear Ira, The BTU output is 150,000 and the model # is R150B

    This is one of those bullit style portable heaters some people call

    them salamanders or wheelbarrow design. Thanks so much, Mike

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    Ira Bowles May 11, 2010

    What is the BTU output of your heater and model # ? I think I found what you need on but I believe that you can get it a lot cheaper if the part will fit. Ignitors are not the same, if you have good spark yours is fine. Let me know and I will do my best to find what you need for a reasonable price.




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If you go to and click on the forced air kerosene heater parts tab you need part #26865 cad cell/flame sensor, it's $2.23 the wires will be a different color and also the plug ends so just clip the wires of the old and new one and splice it to the old wires, there is no wrong way to hook them up, no hot or ground it just completes a circuit. Most parts from this company will work with any heater of comparible btu's. you can also call 800-251-0001 Hope this does it for you. I checked reddy heater and the same part lists for $18.08

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