Question about Heaters
I have a kerosene heater that won't fire. I replaced the coil and some pump parts. It's getting fuel and spark and seems like it's trying to fire but just won't kick in all the way. Any help would be appreciated
Place some kerosene into a small bowl, then place the fuel line drictly into the bowl . this way you can tell your getting good fuel. if no fire try removing the fuel filter. my filter was bad on mine i turned my upside down and it fixed it. its a in line filter.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
Not knowing what kind of heater you are trying to fix, lets look at the basics. Fuel, Ignition and Oxygen. You say you have fuel and spark, how about air? Too much fuel will not allow the unit to fire as well. Have you checked the fuel filter if there is one?
Posted on Nov 17, 2007
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