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Looking for a thermocoupling for a Reddy propane heater

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Reddyparts.com has most of the thermocouplers.

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I have a propane PRO 100 Reddy Heater. It will ignite, but when the switch is released or the flame goes out


sounds like maybe a bad thermocouppler or the thermocouple needs cleaned....

try that repost if anymore problems.... the thermocoupler will be next to the flame usually a copper piece lightly clean with some sand paper...

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I have a PRO100 Reddy Heater would not stay lit when you release the ignite button. I replaced the thermocouple and it did nothing. What else could be the problem besides the valve?


I had the same problem. Heater was propane with a long hose for movement.

I put the heater on my garage work bench and the thermocouple tested okay.
Tried to restart and it ran like a champ. Reassembled bottom panel, retested great.
When I set it on the floor, it went out! Hmmmm.

Restarted back on the benck. Great. No good on floor....Very cold (28 F) in the garage.

Think the propane might be going liquid in the hose...when heater hose has a "drip loop"
it works fine.

Maybe this is nuts, but it works keeping the heater up a bit on a STABLE surface.

Jim

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sounds like a ad thermocouple.

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Reddy Heater will not stay lit


Thermocouple it going bad had same problem, you Should replace it.

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I have the pro reddy 100 LP. It hasn't been run


replace the thermocouple anyway,it will go bad after time

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I have a rllp35a propane heater and it will ignite


either the thermocouple is bad or the pilot flame is not hitting the thermocouple .if the flame is hitting the thermocouple correctly it is most likely that it is bad and needs to be replaced

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Reddy propane heater RLP100


Try a little longer, sometimes it takes a full minute to heat the thermocouple. Check and make sure thermocouple is in flame. If all this is ok. then your going to have to change the valve.

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Sounds like the thermocouple is not working or the flame is not hitting the thermocouple. It may take 30 seconds of flame or longer to keep it on. Check for a loose connection at the gas valve.

Either a 30# or 110# tank of propane will work. You might even get by for a short period of time using a gas grill tank, depending upon how cold it is outside.

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