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Dyno-glo kerosene heater motor locked up

Went to start heater motor, won`t turn over

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SOURCE: Dyna-Glo RMC95C6 Kerosene Heater

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If it is a gas,thermo type heater,then the thermocouple is bad.Check and make sure the pilot lite flame is touching the tip of the thermocouple,if it is not,adjust it,to where it will.If it is not adjustable,replace the thermocouple.

Posted on Jan 15, 2010

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SOURCE: Dyno-Glo RMC-95-C7 kerosene heater. replaced wick

once the tank gets low(on E) put the heater outside and let the remaining fuel burn completely out. This will burn off the residue build up on the wick and make it easier to turn off manually. do this often. i also use an old toothbrush to "fluff up" the wick. if the residue is too hard for the toothbrush bristles, flip the toothbrush over and break up the residue with the back side of the toothbrush. once all (or nearly all) of the residue has burned off you may see some smoke when you ignite the wick again. also, it may smell for a bit. I always light and shut off the heater outdoors. I mounted a dolly (table withe 4 wheels) under the heater to make transporting it easier. hope this helps!

Posted on Jan 14, 2011

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Adjust the wick on a dyno glo kerosene heater


Robin, without knowing which model Dyna-Glo, I can only generalize. But, if you are not getting an even burn with the wick turned all the way up, then upon dis-assembly, if the wick is NOT pinned (pins in the wick engaging the lifter system) then remove the wick and raise it about 1/2". Lower the wick down into the wick lands and check for level. Trim as necessary to get a level top. Reassemble.
If the wick IS pinned, then no adjustment is possible. Remove and discard and install a new wick.

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Adjust the wick on a dyno glo kerosene heater


There is a big knob on the front. Clockwise is more flame, counter clockwise is less flame. If the wick is too short to stay lit, replace it. 25330943-xrysbksmd4oe40lchygmaasz-5-0.jpgorange goes down
when the color shows, it's about time to replace it.

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I have a dyno glo work horse kerosene heater modle rmckfa65-wh I TURN ON HEATER BUT IT WILL ONLY STAY RUNNING FOR 5 TO 6 SECONDS.WHAT DO I NEED TO DO TO KEEP IT RUNNING?


If it is a gas,thermo type heater,then the thermocouple is bad.Check and make sure the pilot lite flame is touching the tip of the thermocouple,if it is not,adjust it,to where it will.If it is not adjustable,replace the thermocouple.

Jan 15, 2010 | Dyna-Glo (PPH16-LP) Utility Heater

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Dyno-Glo RMC-95-C7 kerosene heater. replaced wick


once the tank gets low(on E) put the heater outside and let the remaining fuel burn completely out. This will burn off the residue build up on the wick and make it easier to turn off manually. do this often. i also use an old toothbrush to "fluff up" the wick. if the residue is too hard for the toothbrush bristles, flip the toothbrush over and break up the residue with the back side of the toothbrush. once all (or nearly all) of the residue has burned off you may see some smoke when you ignite the wick again. also, it may smell for a bit. I always light and shut off the heater outdoors. I mounted a dolly (table withe 4 wheels) under the heater to make transporting it easier. hope this helps!

Jan 02, 2010 | Dyna-Glo Heating & Cooling

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