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I bought a new heater last week , and it was working fine , but today morning when i turn it on the gas start leaking and just the gas fumes were comin out , what problem it could be.

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Sounds like the ignition is not working.

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SOURCE: the gas was turned off last week and now the

re light the pilot

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SOURCE: Gas heater smells like kerosene and stings the eyes,

this probably occured after you were vanishing timberin your house and has since stopped

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SOURCE: rennai gas unflued heater kerosene fumes

Have it checked properly - sometimes the reg won't open fully, but the heater will still run, but with improper combustion resulting in a funny smell.

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You must have a leak somewhere..Do not use this heater as it could be very dangerous.

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SOURCE: My reddy heater 170t is

Several things come to mind here. Fuel type, fuel delivery, and dirty filters. Make sure to use the K1 keroesene it burns so much cleaner and less fumes. Contaminated fuel, old and possible water from condensation after being stored all summer. Remove the top cover of your heater and fire it up look at the fuel coming out of the nozzle, it should be a very fine mist no heavy droplets. If heavy droplets nozzle could need a cleaning, they say that you should not clean these because you can damage them. I say remove the nozzle, and carefully clean with carb cleaner, q-tips, and tooth pick. Clean the screen behind the nozzle as well they like to corrode. While inside take windex and a soft terry cloth rag and clean the flame sensor inspect fuel lines for holes, dry rot, or cracking put the top half back together. Remove the side panel trace the fuel line to the filter and tank. Remove the filter and I find that a compressor and blow gun work best to clean by blowing air backwards thru the filter, instantly clear. reassemble fuel lines. On the rear of the heater is a foam intake filter remove it and wash it out dry real good and put it back together. Now try the heater and you should be good to go, if not it may be pressure related and you may need to turn the pump up or down slightly to get a better air fuel mixture. These are common yearly preventative maintenance I pull on all of my heaters and I have four of them for in my warehouse. Take your time and good luck.

Posted on Dec 21, 2010

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