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Heater shuts off

Turning the heater from low to medium then shuts off

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  • Debbie Walker
    Debbie Walker Apr 12, 2016

    don't hold down the red knob completely when turning it from low to high, it does have a middle section when turning the heat...if it doesn't start, when using a full tank, tap or bang the propane tank on cement...sometimes the stem in the new/old tanks gets stuck. When I didn't know this, I connected it, and then went to bed, woke up then it turned on the gas.

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Medium switch or its connecting wire is faulty,should be repair by an expert

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