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Caravan heater incomplete combustion on gas. A popping. Can go out. Need new jet. A sealed metal canister. Where is jet? It is somewhere inside, hidden.

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You may have better luck posting your question in a different area. It showed-up in the Amplifiers & Preamps section. I'm pretty good with electronics, but have no clue about heaters. :)

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