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Workhorse space heater kfa120wh-03 when starting heater starts and runs for a little bit and stops firing

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SOURCE: E 1 error on Dyna-Glo Workhorse Kerosene Turbo Heater

Take the top off of the heater and and clean the nozzel orifice, while you have it apart wipe off the photo cell and clean and regap spark plug. The nozzel unscews and you can clean it with a bread tie.

After this clean or change the fuel filter in the tank, and finally check the pump pressure and make sure it is inline with the owner manual. This is assuming that it is firing to begin with

Posted on Feb 09, 2009

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