Question about Reddy Heater-30-55,000 BTU Variable
Www dot desatech dot com is a parts distributor for reddy heat products. on their main page they have a short troubleshooting guide. the motor needs to provide 3.5 psi of air across the fuel nozzle to suck the fuel out of the reservoir. check your ignition source (spark plug, hot surface igniter) if the hot surface igniter is broken get a new one, if the spark plug don't spark, check the gap might be too big. see if the spark plug is grounded. poor grounds will cause intermittent sparking. check the high voltage wire for breaks in the insulation, might be shorting out to ground BEFORE the plug. gap should be 75 thousandths.
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
Ive got 40000 reddy heater 1yr old. plug it in the ignitor glows and fan starts turning, but no fuel comes out. then it shuts off
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
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