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Gas heater in mobile home.low flame lights but will not turn up to high when adjusted.

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Need new gas valve.

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I belive that the thermostat to the oven isnt working properly.The t-stat bulb sits inside the oven on the wall and this is what senses the temp in the oven.If its out of place or the t-stat is bad the oven will just keep heating.hope this helps let me know.HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!

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SOURCE: dyna glo tag along propane heater pilot stays on but when turning

sounds like either a bad thermocouple or more likely a pressure regulator problem. should have unit checked by someone familiar with propane systems.

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close your air vent on the burners it will increase the height of the flame

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