Question about Dayton Heating & Cooling
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You write "FUEL SPRAYING AND FAN WAS WORKING"
If the fan was working, but the fan is not working now after replacing the whole kit, then something was installed incorrectly during the installation, possibly the rotor gap or rotor thickness is not correct or vane/vanes installed 90 degrees off.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
SOURCE: dayton kero heater wont fire0
OHH I bet this is the same question I just posted to. So it is a forced air kerosene. The usual is like I said a blocked combustion air hole. It could also be something shorting out the spark ignition to ground when replaces inspect the wires and look for a week or loose ground in this case. Sorry about the confusion.
A Bad ignition proving circuit or something like (what we call here dirt dobbers) hornets nest could be letting the flame hit it and not allowing full flow through the heater. Mice are also notorious for making problems like wires chewed and nests in the wrong place. Given where it may have been stored.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
1. Check the fuel nozzle if it produces an atomized
spray of the kerosene all the time.
2. If it doesn't atomize, pls check the fuel pump, it is
3. Your igniter is working, since it fires up.
Check item 1 & 2 must be satisfied to get it to working
condition. Hope this help.
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
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