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I plug the heater in the power light comes on but no ignition

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  • vhuss1 Nov 18, 2007

    I have a Dayton 3E218E that doesn't ignite. The coil gets red the motor comes on and kicks off after about 25 seconds.

  • nkawtg Jan 06, 2008

    Here goes......I have an All Pro forced air kerosene heater (20K BTU I think, can't remember exactly). Ran it for 8 minutes (total) when my air compressor kicked on (using the same outlet), blowing the heater fuse. All systems dead, of course. I replaced the fuse, now the heater begins to start (fan spools up, sounds like a jet engine starting), then before it comes "on line," it spools back down. Total time of operation is about 10 - 20 seconds. At that time, kerosene is dripping out the front of the "torpedo." I believe I am getting no spark, so my question is "Could the compressor surge have also taken out some component of the igniter before the fuse blew?" If so, any idea which component it could be (igniter, controller, etc.)? I intend to get into it, but want to be armed with some preliminary information, any help would be greatly appreciated!!

    Thanks, cold Michigan



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I have 2 all pro kerosene heaters and neither one will start. The fans run have spark just no flame.

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Most parts for kero heaters are interchangable. go to desatech dot com for parts. check for a reset button for your heater. if no reset, does the fan run? your unit can use one of two ignition parts. a spark generator with a spark plug or a hot surface igniter. the unit uses a cad cell flame detector. you might need to replace this.

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SOURCE: Heater wont ignite. Has fuel coming out front of

if the spark plug is sparking it is hot enough to lite the ther dirt in fuel tank???is there water in the fuel???? what is the air pressure set at????is the nozzle clean and spraying correctly?????any of these will cause the heater not to fire.not the spark plug.

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