Question about Heating & Cooling
I bought used heater. It worked at shop but when i come to home, i power up it, it power up but didn't get ignite. tried both home gas and LPG but it didn't get flame out. It look like it keep on inginiting.Please advice.
A natural gas heater can only burn natural and vice versa unless there are changes such as orifice and regulator. They can easily be converted to use either fuel, but you have to know what fuel supply you have, and what the appliance is set up for. Since you've already tried LPG, if it turns out the appliance is natural gas, then replace the spud (burner nozzle) before trying to operate it again. LPG cannot pass through the small nozzle hole in a natural gas appliance.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You may have one of two problems; The pilot orifice is very small and allows only a limited flow and any air trapped in the gas supply takes some time to bleed out while you are holding down the pilot button. Or the pilot orifice may be plugged in which case you would have to replace it.
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
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