Question about All-Pro Propane Garage Shop Heaters - All Pro SPC 125 Forced Air Propane Space Heater
Everything seems fine just doesn't put out any real heat. thermocouple tip never gets red hot?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you need to replace the thermocouple at the burner tip it will be a copper line with a bulb in the flame tip with a copper tube leading back to the gas valve and it senses the flame and keeps the gas valve open
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
A lot of thermocouples are universal. ake your old one off and take it to a major hardware or propane dealer an find one the same length with the same mounting hardware.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
SOURCE: My All-Pro 85,000 btu heater
Yes this is probably the thermocouple connection.
Just remove the end of the thermocouple from where is goes into the gas valve and leave the end that goes into the flame in place.
Clean the end of the thermocouple connect by scraping off just a little metal from the end just about there the nut tightens the thermocouple into the gas valve. After you have exposed some new metal do the same inside the valve where the thermocouple seats into the gas valve.
Use a small pic or similar item to scrape inside the gas valve to expose some new metal there also.
Now reassemble the thermocouple into the gas valve and see if the heater works.
Here is a link with some more instructions.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
SOURCE: My all pro heater will
The fuel button allows the heater to burn long enough to warm up the thermocouple. If the thermocouple doesn't sense a flame it shuts the gas valve to keep gas from building up to potentially explosive levels it the heater should go out for some reason. Do yourself a favor and replace your faulty thermocouple. It's cheaper than a new house or building.
Posted on Jan 06, 2011
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