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Everdure sd210 when gas is lit in heat exchanger the two left hand outlets let in air due to the stainless steel outlets have come away from steel there mounted on due to rust and corrosion ... are there replacement parts available for this model Everdure Skyliner

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Sounds like the valve stuck open. I'd do both just cause you are there. The thermocouple is not the much of an additional expense. No gas should ever flow with the power off.

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Check to make sure that the gas line to the unit is in fact, turned ON. Check the pilot for obstructions, as it may need cleaning. In addition, the gas control valve on the heater, may be in the wrong position or setting for lighting the furnace. And finally, check any other gas appliances you have, to see if they are functioning properly. If they're not, your gas may have been turned OFF, by your gas provider.

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My kozy world wall heater makes a boom pop when it lites. It's like a delay in lighting and then it lites.


If the furnace made a clicking noise trying to turn on and then makes the BANG noise at the furnace, it’s most likely a delayed ignition. Imagine a room full of gas and then someone decides to light a match. Big problem. That's what’s happening in your furnace if the ignition of gas is delayed.

A variety of issues can delay the combustion of that gas. So the gas builds up in the furnace until—BOOM—it ignites, causing a mini-explosion. This can harm the heat exchanger, which is very expensive part to replace. Some causes of delayed ignition includes:

1. Dirty burners
2. Flames are lifting away from the burner outlet due to too much primary air
3. Too much gas

If you're handy enough to understand what I've said then burners can be cleaned/replaced, and primary air can be adjusted. With some units gas flow can be adjusted as well; other times the gas valve will need to be replaced.

If you've no idea what I've described, GET HELP before you ruin the heat exchanger and have a more expensive problem on your hands or worse...

Dec 24, 2016 | World Heating & Cooling

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My kozy world wall heater makes a boom pop when it lites


If the furnace made a clicking noise trying to turn on and then makes the BANG noise at the furnace, it’s most likely a delayed ignition. Imagine a room full of gas and then someone decides to light a match. Big problem. That's what’s happening in your furnace if the ignition of gas is delayed.

A variety of issues can delay the combustion of that gas. So the gas builds up in the furnace until—BOOM—it ignites, causing a mini-explosion. This can harm the heat exchanger, which is very expensive part to replace. Some causes of delayed ignition includes:

1. Dirty burners
2. Flames are lifting away from the burner outlet due to too much primary air
3. Too much gas

If you're handy enough to understand what I've said then burners can be cleaned/replaced, and primary air can be adjusted. With some units gas flow can be adjusted as well; other times the gas valve will need to be replaced.

If you've no idea what I've described, GET HELP before you ruin the heat exchanger and have a more expensive problem on your hands or worse...

Dec 24, 2016 | World Heating & Cooling

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It is leaking out of the bottom - heat exchanger?


need new heat exchange either chemical damage or overheating due to incorrect gas pressure then tubes start bending and pulling away from walls not covered by warranty

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Were is located the thermostate


The thermostat is solid state, it is incorporated into the control board. You can however locate the temperature probe which goes into the left side of the back of the control board and goes into the top of the oven under a cover near the air pressure switch and high limit thermostat. To locate follow the small aluminum tube coming from your exhaust stack, that will lead you to the air switch which is next to where the temperature probe enters the heat exchanger compartment.

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My hobart hgc-5 convection oven heats intermittenly. Heat goes on then off. I replaced the thermostat, ignition wire and ignition board. Still only heating intermittenly. What do I do?


I would replace the flame sense or clean it and make sure it is in the flame it will glow red you can see this if you remove the front and cover it is tough but can be done.also check to make sure it is not in a drafty location the air movement could blow the flame around and not hit the flame sense.it is just a metal rod with ceramic insulator.the flame is actually conductive.it will carry a small current.That is how the ign. module knows the flame is lit and dont just let gas pour in without being lit.

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Regarding charmglow 720-0289. can't get a hot enough flame. cleaned all burners and made sure all orficis on the burner were clear even blew out with air hose


Are the burner flames diminishing as you turn on additional burners? In other words, is the flame size correct when one burner is lit, but too small when several burners are lit? Is the flame a nice blue color or yellow? If yellow, adjust each burner's air shutter at the end over each orifice. Have you tried adjusting the pressure on your propane regulator? (If it's red, don't mess with it) If it's a silver regulator and has a center cap, you can remove the cap to adjust the screw inside, by turning it clockwise in 1/4 intervals until the desired flame size has been reached. It's also possible that your burners have corroded closed somewhat. Do you have cast iron or stainless steel burners? Cast iron burners tend to corrode shut over the years due to moisture. Stainless steel burners just tend to rust away and flake, but usually become flare ups or out of control flames. Anyway, that gives you some things to look at. Hope it helps. Douglas

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