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Pilot won't ignite

I have a ML300EBC Procom. I hooked it up and everything electrical worked but there seems to be no gas(propane) getting to the pilot. There is no smell, it sparks but nothing. Yes tank is just filled and turned on. Could the internal regulator be damaged. It is brand new never used unit. Help!

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  • Anonymous Mar 10, 2008

    My heater was dusty so I took it and blew it out with the air compressor, now I can't get it to light the pilot.

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It will take some time for the gas to get to the unit, just turn it on and wait. It might take 5 to 10 minutes to fill the line with gas.

Posted on Oct 22, 2008

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