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Big buddy Heater - 20 lb tanks won't keep pilot lit,


I had the same problem I called tech support and they said to turn the valve on the 20# cylinder on very slowly for the first 1/4 turn then all will be fine. There is an excessive flow check valve that causes restricted flow when the valve is opened quickly----------mine works fine now

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Emberglow ventless gas logs (set to burn on porpane gas). Pilot lights, but not logs.


It needs 14'' wc to work , hose could be too small for load .

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How do I connect my propane gas grill up to the 1/2 inch gas connection that goes to my large propane tank that is also used for the gas firplace. The large tank does have a regulator. This would elimate...


Thomas, unless you have flaring tools, 1/2" flexible copper refrigerant type piping, the necessary flared couplings, unions, inline shutoff valve, etc., as well as an extensive knowledge of pipe fitting and installation of gas appliances, I don't recommend you under taking this as a DIY project. There are just to many things that can go wrong and is best left to the pros. I am sure your propane provider can do it for you. After all, you'll be using more propane and they like that. With that said, it can not be directly hard piped to the grill. Either you or the gas company can provide a 12' long, rubber, quick disconnect gas hose, that will go from the ON/OFF gas line valve to the grill. As that is a national code requirement.

Good luck and Happy Grilling.

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Thinking about buying a pro com -ML250TPA-BB from tractor supply for my garage can i use a 40 lbs. propane tank for gas supply?


I think what you have is a 100 Lb tank, that holds 40 gallons of propane. If that's,the case, it would be acceptable. IF the tank is placed Outside the garage 3 ft from any doors or windows: The gas line is a minimum of 1/2" diameter; the heater is permanently mounted to the wall (at least 18" off the floor); there is an accessible, inline gas shutoff valve within 2 feet of the heater and you have a properly sized tank regulator. You do all that, and you'll reach the minimum code standards that are required.

Hope this helps you make the right decision.

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My Mr Heater Buddy heater 4000 to 9000 btu unit work fine with 1 lb propane tank but when I connect it to my 20 lb tank with hose it will not stay lit. Acts like there is not enough gas pressure. My 20 lb...


it could be down to the draw off the tank pipe too small or reg is not for a 20lb tank , going to lock out check reg pressure should say on the side , or take hoes and reg off tank , put it back on and turn gas on slowly see if this helps

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When commected to 20 lbs tank the pilot light does not stay on; however, when connected to a 1 lb propane bottle everything works propertly. I have replaced the fuel filter, I have tried using different...


The new 20lb LPG cylinders now have what called an OPD Valve. Reconnect to a 20lb cylinder and turn the tank valve on very very slowly, This will help prevent the OPD Valve from locking up the heater's regulator. Your 1lb cylinder is not required to have this OPD Valve.

By the way, this happens quite frequently with LP Gas Portable Grills.

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What size propane tank do i need with a Mr. Heater 45,000?


Rule of thumb is that you have 100,000 btu's per gallon of propane. This only translates into the length of time you have available in a tank of gas. The problem arises when you consume too much too fast. The gas can't produce enough vapor to continuously run and becomes dormant which is commonly known as "freezing up". You can use a typical (20 lb.)5 gallon propane tank (barbacue size), but it will more than likely freeze up in 2 - 3 hours of continous use. I'd suggest going to the next larger size a 30 lb. or 7.5 gallon size. The best way to work this system is to have two 5 gal. tanks so you can switch one out when it freezes and let it thaw while your using the spare.

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Connecting the LP Fryer to the propane tank


The gas valve has a regulator on it....but there must be a regulator at the tank that steps it down from tank pressure to operating pressure. Operating pressure for LP is less than 1/2 psi. If you are using this for a trailer....a 40 lb tank would be best.

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Yes it will work but it will heat more efficiently with the 100 lb tank

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HI. propane has 91000 btu's per gallon. 20# bottle has 4. divide btu's of heater by #of gallons for hours of use. I have the same heater and I think the med. setting both burners on is more the 7000 btu's.
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