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I have reddy pro 170 i plug it in , the fan & igniter comes on for 10 to 15 seconds then shuts off ,blew through fuel line and nozzle still same result, i do see fuel mist coming out nozzle ,i dont k


You must make sure the mist is not to close to the igniter . If it is it wont be misty enough to ignite. And make sure its in the path of the mist. If its new return it to the store.

Feb 07, 2015 | Reddy Heater Pro-Tough Kerosene/Diesel...

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I hava an All Pro 65,000 BTU heater. It was working fine a week ago. The igniter glows, fuel mists but doesn't light off then shuts down. Ideas?


I am sure you have confirmed that the fuel is fresh and good, no water in it, etc.--
It is kerosene, not #2 Diesel fuel, right?

And the shutting down is good, if the flame does NOT ignite--- :-)
So we have to figure out why the fuel is not getting hot enough to ignite?


Question-- is the oil spray passing close enough to the ignitor?
And this unit does NOT use SPARK to ignite?, correct? --
for most of these heaters have spark ignition.. I am learning all the time, too!

How about checking the fuel pressure. and the air -- is it correct?
Check with your manual how to check and adjust.

After testing these tings, let us know what you learned

Mack B

Jan 15, 2011 | All-Pro Kerosene Garage Shop Heaters - All...

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I have a 60,000 btu kerosene heater its getting fuel and the glow plug turns on but still wont fire up n shuts down. what would cause this?


Well it is getting fuel but is it atomized in very small droplet form? If so is your igniter close enough to ignite the fuel? You see these spray a very fine conical mist under high pressure, if the mist is not defined or conical it sprays past the igniter. If it is fine and cone shaped it could be the positioning of your igniter. Please check both by removing the top section of the heater and watch what is going on in there. My thoughts are a bad nozzle and if you replace it pay attention to spray angle and GPH rating printed on the side of the nozzle.

Dec 22, 2010 | All-Pro Kerosene Garage Shop Heaters - All...

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My reedy heater pro 110 blows fuel out the front but does not ignite and then shuts down


The Pro 110 comes in 2 different technologies. The true model (examples: R110, RHD110T, etc) designates which technology your heater has. Rather than ask for clarification I am posting links to Troubleshooting Tips for BOTH types. You must investigate to see if your heater is the Spark Plug technology or the HSI (glowbar) technology.

Troubleshooting greatly differs between the 2 types.

Spark Plug Tips
HSI Tips

Nov 15, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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All Pro K75 will not ignite. Spark igniter does


most kerosene heaters are basically the same - reddy heat, dynaglow, desatech are all the same. there's a small air compressor built into the axially mounted fan that points forward. the air pressure needed for fuel is 3-5 psi not less, not more! the air feeds through a side inlet to the fuel nozzle where it creates a vacuum venturi to **** fuel from the tank and propels it through a fan nozzle. the aerrated fuel hits the hot surface or spark and ignites. as long as there is heat and air the heater should function.

Oct 22, 2009 | All-Pro Forced Air Kerosene Space Heater...

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Heater will not ignite checked lines but heater


what is yor air pressure?have you checked you rotor to see if it is broken.all pro's are note for that.

Feb 19, 2009 | All-Pro Kerosene Garage Shop Heaters - All...

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Pk115t garage heater won't start


check all of the air filters and lines to start but it sounds like the CAD flame sensor.

Feb 02, 2009 | All-Pro Kerosene Garage Shop Heaters - All...

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HARD START AND BLOWING SMOKE


clean all of your filters and the spark plug and go back to useing K1 kerosene. Diesel fuel has a higher ignition temp. burns dirty and has a tendency to gel.

Jan 20, 2009 | All-Pro Kerosene Garage Shop Heaters - All...

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Fan turns on starts blowing and a lot of smoke.


when you start it the smoke starts wright away it is not getting the right air flow takethe top part off and started see what it does if it stays running try to ajst. the fens ok .

Dec 26, 2008 | All-Pro Kerosene Garage Shop Heaters - All...

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