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I have a BLP155AT propane heater that will not fire. Fan starts gas clicks on(you can also smell the gas) but igniter does nothing. Have replaced igniter. Still nothing.

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SOURCE: HEATER WAS WORKING FINE TILL I HAD PROPANE TANK TOPPED OFF

The Pressure Regulator may be stuck, Try closing the propane valve releasing the pressure,, gently tap the regulator( on the propane inlet side) and Very Very slowly open the propane tank valve, and attempt to light

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SOURCE: My 40-FAC heater will not ignite and run. The igniter has been replaced. What should I check next?

These models require electrical power to run the blower fan.
When you connect the electrical cord, the fan should turn on, then you should be able to start / ignite the propane. if the fan does not turn on when you connect the power cord, you will not be able to ignite the propane.

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SOURCE: New installation liquid propane fueled will not

By all indicators, it appears that you should have ignition! But you do not. First thing that comes to mind, since we are human, and are capable of making mistakes, we also have a tendency to overlook the obvious... Is the Gas Valve of the heater in the " ON " position?
And... is the main gas line gas shut off valve, open?
because you entered into the lockout mode, the heater made three attempts to fire. But since you did not, it appears that it has no fuel to ignite? Check this.

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SOURCE: Master blp155at propane heater. Why does it smell like raw propane and burns your eyes?

Either the heater was installed incorrectly or some element has failed.

Posted on Dec 29, 2015

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