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Heater wont stay lit unless cover is off. heater is dynaglo 12500

Multi fuel heater running # 2 diesel

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It souds like it is starveing for air, I would check all of the filters and the air line that runs to the combustion nozzle as it may have a crack or break in it. The nozzle does tend to get pretty hot and the lines get brittle after a while.

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