Question about Procom Heating & Cooling
The fan doesn't run on my procom md200tbe natural gas heater. I'm sure power source it good, etc. Is it thermostat controlled? Wondering if it's possible the temp never gets high enough for it to kick on.
There should be a 'snap disc' heat activated switch that is responsible for starting the fan on rise in temperature. This should occur around 140 degrees. If the fan does NOT start, it will cycle on the high limit safety, usually at 200 degrees. Some hi limits are manual reset. The flames should be two shades of blue, an inner cone of a shade darker than the larger, taller outer cone of light blue. An occasional flicker of BRIGHT orange may dance across the top of the flame, but never a YELLOW tip.
It would be hard for it to burn reasonably normally with gas pressure so low that it wouldn't produce enough heat to get to the 'fan on' temperature. There would be other issues too.
I'm just guessing the 'fan on' switch is defective or a wire is burnt off somewhere in the fan circuit. Of course, the motor could also be bad.
Posted on Nov 23, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to first get a regulator which will go between the propane tank and the burner. You will need to know the burner capacity in BTU/HR and the pressure required. All of this can be found on the furnace specification plate or on the gas valve. It is a no brainer Circut!
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
you need to find a place that makes your type of heater and they will have a change over kit all it is different orfices and jetcovers for each gas jet from your heater its self explanitory once you see the parts,sometimes there are different gas comp. that if you use there service they will change you over at no or little cost. hope this helps
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
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