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My thermablaster 32000 wall mount heater works well,except occasionally it will flame up high when it comes back on. I have to turn it down then turn it back up. Do I need to clean it or adjust it?

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Either a restriction in the gas train, low gas pressure or a bad gas valve. Check the pressure on the gas line when on pilot and again when the burners are running. Depending upon what type of gas it runs on, you should have at least 4" W.C. if Natural Gas and 10" W.C. if Propane. If gas pressures test good and all valves are open, you are looking at replacing the gas valve.

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Sounds like you have a wick that has burnt unevenly in the past and now there is not a good setting for an optimum burn. Either the wick needs to be trimmed even or you need a new wick.

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SOURCE: Pilot adjustment on Williams wall heater

The insert sounds like the cap covering the adjustment screw. Pin hole is for cap removal. Wondering why flame is so high?! Shouldn't have orange flame. If heater doesn't light with lower flame... thermocouple (thing that the flame heats up) may be bad.

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clean the burner and the orifice you can use a air line or blow off a vacum cleaner

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Look for and clean the flame sensor.

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