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Propane will not come out of the heater so I can not light it

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  • Don Rogoza
    Don Rogoza Oct 13, 2014

    I recently purchased this model at Home Depot and after assembling the unit I could not get the pilot light started. Thinking this was a "lemon", I returned the product and got a replacement. The same thing happens. I tried to do the troubleshooting but I can't get the pilot light to start. Any comments?

  • Budrow Porch
    Budrow Porch Jan 03, 2016

    no help from Home Depot. Took mine to local gas company. Said it needed new gas valve. still can't find where to get one

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