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Glo-warm heater won't light

Heater has new regulator and hoses.... when you depress the ignitor the pilot light sparks...

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SOURCE: glo warm?

u need a 100 lb tank minimum for the heater to operate properly

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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SOURCE: glo warm wall heater will not stay lit

Hi Cindy,

It seems that your heater is not sensing the flame is lit and is shutting gas supply off. There should be what is called a flame sensor, it is a thin pc. of metal that sticks out into where the flame when lit.

This usually gets charred and dirty, if you unscrew it and clean it with a soft cloth then re-insert it, it will get you by. You should get a new sensor when you have a chance.

Good luck and be sure to disconnect from any power source or turn unit completely off when orking on it.

Thanks,
Paul

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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SOURCE: Glo Warm propane heater won't light

There is really not a lot to go wrong with the heater itself so my first guess would be that the regulator is bad, not letting the proper amount of gas through. You can check it for leaks with a bottlee of soapy water but even if you don't see a leak there is a rubber gasket inside with a pressure spring that is probably bad.

Posted on Feb 04, 2009

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SOURCE: My glo-warm propane heater keeps shutting off automatically-pilot and all.

my heater says if the pilot light keeps going off automatically it is a safety function that means it does not have enough fresh air to operate

Posted on Dec 04, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a blue flame GLO WARM 20btu wall model # WMP20A

Look for and clean the flame sensor.

Posted on Dec 06, 2009

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I would start with cleaning the pilot ODS assembly.
http://www.msservice.net/ts/reseat_thermo-clean_pilot-ODS.htm

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Give these items a try first before replacing any parts.

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