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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
weak pilot flame: should wrap around therocouple.
blue flame with yellow tip not yellow and lazy.
if flame good replace thermocouple
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
SOURCE: Kozy World propane wall heater
The ceramic "bricks" need to be heated evenly. Since 3 are good, I would have to assume the other two have a restriction. Maybe a spider in the orifices, If you can access the "jet" where gas comes out, try using a paper clip or something similar to clear any blockage. If that wont do it, pull the burner, remove each orifice and clear. Good Luck
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you very much for the info. There was some trash around the opening of the 2 jets. I cleaned them out with a tip cleaner and now it works fine."
Your model is not listed at http://www.kozyheat.com/.
If this is currently a natural gas fitted device, there is a better than not chance it can be converted.
Please check with the manufacturer or dealer where you purchased the device. You can also contact your local propane supplier who would do the actual converting of the orifices.
A note: If this device is presently set up for natural gas and is hooked up, and you still have natural gas available, this is normally the cheaper of the two fuels to use.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2010
SOURCE: My pilot light on my
From what you have described there appears to be dust, dirt or pet hair in the pilot or the pilot tubing, as well as the Oxygen Depletion Sensor (ODS). OR your heater may be the wrong gas type. In other words, you have Propane Gas and the heater is a Natural Gas heater (or vise versa). Look for the manufacturers tag on the side or back of the heater. It will tell you the model number, serial number and gas type. Even with this, on rare occasions, the manufacturer's plate may be incorrect. The only way to be sure is to remove the front cover of the heater and look at the control valve. It should be marked LPG or NG.
Posted on Jan 28, 2011
Yes, it sounds like the third heater has a Control Valve problem. It's allowing more gas into the system than what it's supposed too. Have you tried turning the flames down to a lower setting? If so, did it lower the flame height? How old is this heater and is cleaned and serviced at least annually? Are you using Natural Gas or Propane?
Please get back to me with the answers to the above questions and I may can help you.
Posted on Feb 07, 2011
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