5075751c Coleman propane space heater I BOUGHT THIS IN OCT 2008. I USED IT FOR A GREENHOUSE HEATER AND THE IGNITER WENT OUT ON IT, IT JUST NEEDS THE IGNITER REPLACED where can I get the parts AND IS THIS GOING TO COST ME?
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These models require electrical power to run the blower fan.
When you connect the electrical cord, the fan should turn on, then you should be able to start / ignite the propane. if the fan does not turn on when you connect the power cord, you will not be able to ignite the propane.
What do you have your heater hooked up to? A 20# propane cylinder? Are you using a red high pressure regulator or a silver low pressure regulator? Is this the original regulator that came with the heater? I could be a regulator pressure problem or a dirty flame sensor that simply needs to be lightly cleaned with sand paper. It's also possible your igniter is faulty or your brain box has a short. I've come across a few that just needed the brain box pushed a little in a certain direction to make good contact and work again, using a small wedge behind it. Sometimes just fiddling with it and cleaning it is all it needs. Good luck. Douglas
BE VERY CAREFUL sticking matches in any propane appliance! With the gas OFF see if you can physically see the spark when you push the ignitor, if yes, the problem may be the regulator or bottle pressure the only test i am aware of for the regulator is replacement.
I have never seen one go bad because of a dryer. I would call heating companies in your area and ask them to sell a igniter.Have the brand,model and serial number for the heater. You could get one off the Internet to. I would pull out the igniter and make sure the screw is tight and that the deflectordoesn't it the igniter
if the heater uses a hot surface igniter its a simple matter of unscrewing the igniter and replacing it with another unit. if it is a spark ignition, the spark wire is a heavy insulated wire that goes to the gap. check out white-rodgers for a replacement. if your furnace uses a purge mode get a purge cycle programmable igniter.