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Look below I have a remmington kerosine space heater model 60.Starts runs fine for 10 mins ,then shuts off. up plug for a min. plug in and it will restart and run fro about 5 min. then shut off again...Any help?

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Generally this means the heater is just in need of a tune up. There is a fuel filter where the fuel sucks out of the tank. The nozzle should be replaced and the air pressure should be adjusted to between 3.5 to 4 psi.

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Make sure air and fuel filter are clean.Set pump pressure to mfg set pressure after two minutes of operation

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    Pull out the fuel filter and backflush the filter with clean kerosene.Carefully remove nozzle and apply forced air into nozzle in the oppositelow direction of fuel f

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