Question about Lite On Laars Lite 2 Heaters: 250,000BTU MV Heater
The screw (plug) looks to be in decent shape. When I try to screw it in, it will not "catch". I have spent several hours on this and now am ready to throw in the towel.
I just had the exact problem. Went to a plumbing supply house and got a 1/4"NPT pipe tap for about $10 and a 1/4" brass pipe plug. Put some oil on the tap and very carefully clear the threads by threading it into the hole. Make sure it is straight and engaged with the threads. Once started run it in by hand until it stops and then get a small wrench and turn it about a half turn and then back a quarter turn for a couple of full turns and then remove. Inset the new brass plug
This did the trick for me, good luck.
Posted on May 28, 2009
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Posted on May 26, 2009
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