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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like you have a blockage to the main jet. If you have a
compressor just blow the jet out from the top and with a bit of luck it
will clear it. If not you may need to remove the outer covering and
find the pipe to the main jet and again using compressed air just blow
it out. Usually not much goes wrong with these apart from blockages
every now and then and most of the servicing places just blow them out
with compressed air. Just make sure if you remove a pipe you tighten
the pipe up properly when re-fitting it. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
Rmove the two screws holding the blower in place and slide it out. With the power off, rotate the wheel and inspect for debris or an impingement. If everything turns easy, you have a bad motor or start capacitor. If you have rubbing, adjust the wheel. If the motor will not turn, replace it.
Posted on May 30, 2008
maybe try a UV light on the duct work, my son has same problem and i installed a UV light and the house smelt better and my son could breath better.
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
If you haven't already tried Coleman customer support, try Google. You can find owner's manuals for all kinds of things. good luck, John
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
Rick---A couple of things to check. With the unit off and unplugged, remove the spark plug-(Note-there may be a little setscrew which you have to remove first)----Put the plug wire back on the plug and ground it against the side of the heator and start it just briefly to see if the plug fires----If it does, then again with the unit shut off, remove the nozzle which has a set screw holding it in. The nozzle has 2 rubber lines running to it and leave them on and then start the unit (Note, be aware that in this test and the plug test that when its plugged in, the fan runs, so keep the plug wire and the rubber lines away from the fan) With the nozzle removed, watch very closely to see if a mist comes out of the nozzle after you plug it in. If no mist comes out, then you probably have either an air or fuel problem.---With the spark plug test, if there is no spark at the plug, the easiest way is to install a new plug and if there is still no spark, then the ignitor is probably bad----------On the nozzle test, try taking off the 2 lines on the nozzle, one line goes to the fuel tank and the other line is the air line (take note which line goes where) first blow thru each connection on the nozzle to see if its plugged and if its not then blow thru the hose going to the tank and you should hear a bubbling noise in the tank--if not then, its plugged or the hose is split----------The other line is the air line and if you can't get anything on it, the filter may be very dirty----behind the filter, there should be a port for checking the air pressure when the unit is running----The unit I have runs on 3 psi pressure, BUT yours may run on a different setting--That psi setting may be stamped on the unit behind the filter---Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
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