Question about Master Heaters Heating & Cooling
Checked top and side clearances, filters were are clean, Fuel clean. Torqued assembly bolts. Motors turned freely after assembly.
This is a difficult question, if the rotor and blades are clean, not contaminated with anything, it seems to point in the direction of perhaps the parts expanding with excess heat. Is the motor running normally, is it overheating?? Is the area where it is being used particularly hot? Have you used it when paint spraying, sucking in paint,causing the rotor to stick. Is there any free movement on the motor shaft? There must be a reason but this is one of those faults which is not clear cut. Sorry I can't be more help.
Posted on Mar 03, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds as if your are having a fuel delivery issue. Always start troubleshooting fuel delivery problems with a pump pressure test. Air pump pressure is extremely critical on these computerized heaters. Instructions are at www.reddyparts,.com
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
The first thing to check would be the ignitor. If it is not working, then check the connections between it and the ignition control assembly. If the connections are fine, check to see if there is any voltage being sent to the ignitor. If there is then replace the ignitor, if not, then replace the ignition control assembly.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
Yes, I would say, it's possible. Try emptying the tank and see if you hear any ratting inside the tank, when you shake it. Once the pressure is off the tank, any debris may fall back into the tank.
You may also want to check the fuel filter for dirt and debris, as well as the air intake filter.
Also, there may be air in the lines.
In checking the Owners Manual for your model heater, there's not much there, as far as Trouble Shooting is concerned. Never the less, I am providing a link to it, You can download and print it for future reference, if you so desire.
I hope this gets you started in the right direction.
Posted on Mar 08, 2011
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