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I haven't seen a unit in the past 10 years, that has a flame height adjustment, other the flame height control knob, that's part of the control assembly. Have you checked that, to see what height it's turned to low?

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Hello there:
where the line goes into the heater there should be a adjustment screw that you can adjust the flame height 4 to 6 inches is a good height for these units but dont overdue it cause the flame will turn a totally different color and this will be too much ok?
hope that this is very helpfull for you
best regards michael

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