Question about Coleman 5040-751 BackHome Open Flame Patio Heater
With a newly filled propane tank, in cold weather, the propane seems not to be traveling up the vertical feed pipe to the burner. Displacing the cold air in the pipe seems to be an issue. Pre-heating the body of the unit with high powered heat lamps will, after much time heat the air in the pipe and the propane will slowly flow upward to be ignited.
As the heater's intent is to allow patio use in cold weather, this defeats the purpose. As the ambient temperature rises, the heater lights much more easily.
How can I get the heater to work more easily in the colder weather I purchased it for?
You may need someone to come in and adjust your pressure regulator that is inline to heater this is what controls the output of propane and should only be adjusted by a pro
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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