Question about Reddy Heater-40,000 BTU Kerosene w/T'stat
It seems like it is getting to much air, i cover the inlet or slow the inlet air down and it will run. We hve had the hood off and it will run w/o any problems. We are lost . Can someone help? We have drained the tank and washed it out. Nothing unusual came out. the filter was changed when we cleaned it. we didn't mess with any of the adjustments (air or filters).
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Absolutely K1 or diesel can get old in a hurry, the ultra-low Sulphur diesel has been tinkered with so much that it turns to book varnish much faster than before 2010. Most of those heaters spray fuel past the igniters using a siphon much like a spray paint gun, the suction tube may have dry rot or a small air leak and it it takes but a tiny air leak to kill the siphon effect. Check the tube from the nozzle all the way down to the fuel tank or replace it if you're not certain it is not compromised or dry rotted.
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