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Hi, I have a nice master B150D that ran flawlessly last season,brought it out this year replaced nozzle,spark plug,new fuel. Fired it up ran for 30 sec. pop's the circuit breaker,reset,runs 20 sec. pop's breaker,runs 20 sec. pop's breaker. Motor runs quit no drag,transfer output seems good healthy blue spark,by-passed fire-eye that checked out good,circuit breaker seems to be working, unit had an older 20 ft. cord which was replaced with new 20 ft. one. Sure could use some help.K1 kerosene is the fuel.

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If a circuit breaker pops i assume its an RCELD or is it a MCB type
it is some leakage to earth somewhere in the electrics
if it runs and pops the breaker
and you can plug it in and it will sit there
then i assume its something do do with the fan system
or ignitor . driver system
look for sources of leakage to earth
and you could measure the peek current it uses with a multimeter inline
set to AC amps

anyway its defo not a gonner just some bad electrics

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SOURCE: my DESA C100D kerosene heater quits after running a while. It may

Emery- there are 2 types of filters used in the spark plug heaters.. Most likely yours is a long cylindrical type which is hidden inside the pickup tube that drops into the tank. These filters tend to get gummed up with a black, tar type goo that restricts fuel flow & starves the flame. The other is a lawnmower type filter. Go to this page for pictures of both types of filter.

The filter is probably the problem. The flame goes out due to lack of fuel, then the photocell shuts the heater down due to lack of flame.

Don't rule out water in the fuel. Water will cause a flameout condition, also.

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SOURCE: I have a Dayton kerosene

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