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Pilot light blew out by a fan..I turned the control off..How do I Ignite Please

First locate where to light pilot. You can do this by following thin aluminum colored tubing from control valve to inside heater.In general on top of your gas control valve is a knob. Turn indicator of this knob to pilot and depress knob. This will start gas flow to pilot at end of thin tube. Hold this knob in the depressed position and light pilot. DO NOT release knob for 30 -45 seconds. Then release knob and pilot will remain lit. Then turn knob to on position. If pilot will not stay lit you may need a new thermo coupler, which senses heat from flame to keep pilot gas flow open.
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First, is the PILOT burning? If so, is the heater Control Knob turned from PILOT to the ON position? If you have any other gas appliances in the home are they working? If they're not, your gas has been turned off. Contact your gas provider.

If the other gas appliances are working and you answered No to the first two questions, you will need to relight the pilot. After the pilot lights and holds for 1 minute, turn the Control Knob to the ON Position. Turn the thermostat up and the burner(s) should light.

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How di i light the pilot light

Be sure that the gas line to the heater is ON.

Looking at the Control Knob on top of the heater, you note that he knob has 3- positions: OFF, Pilot, ON.

Turn the control knob to the Pilot position and push down on it. If it does not go all the way in and your do not feel strong pressure pushing back at you, it is not directly in the pilot position. (Reposition the knob slightly and try again). Once You're sure the knob is directly in the pilot position and the knob is depressed, continue to hold it in and press the Ignitor button next to it. You will hear a loud click. If possible, watch the pilot assembly inside the heater when you do this. That way you can see if the pilot lit the first time. If not repeat, pushing the ignitor.

If the gas line had been turned off to the heater, the pilot may not light the first couple of tries, due to air being in the gas line. If that is the case, hold the control knob in until you smell gas, let off, wait 5 minutes and repeat the lighting sequence.

Once the pilot does light, continue to hold the control knob in for 1 minute. This will allow the Thermocouple to heat up completely. Ease off the control knob and the pilot should remain lit. If it does, turn the control knob to ON and the burner will light.

Now you're ready to set the temperature or comfort level. You do this by raising or lowering the flame height. The higher the flames, the more heat it puts out. The lower the flames, the less heat it puts out. The stripe on the knob represents the flame heights - Narrow stripe, lowest setting, widest strip, highest setting. Or your specific model may simply say Low, Medium, High.

If you do not have the Owners Manual for this heater go to
click on Wall Heaters and enter the Model Number of your heater. You can then download and print the Owners Manual.

Hope this helped to get you up and runnig.

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can you turn flames down with the control knob ,if not you need control gas valve,that if burning right gas for heater you got. Check the data plate.If not right gas your heater your living very dangerous.

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KNOB to controll heat level is broken.

Mike what I do if Knob pin that move the pilot pin down on gas vavle is broken there no replace part# for it. You got replace gas control valve at a tune of $180.00. What I've done for last 20 yrs is drill hole thru the knob at extach locate broken pin then place # 8 screw inhole with nut on bottom of knob and on top . Use the two nut adjust the length screw as need. Work good done it maybe 30 to 50 times.

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Have lost the control turn knobs for the ignition and heat settings

Gas control knobs can be very specific to the patio heater. Best to go for a universal or adjustable control knob, these have a grub screw that can be tighten to get a good fit, found this specialist patio heater company very helpful.

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Greenhouse Heater pilot light will not stay lit

replace the thermocouple. it is a small copper tube that screws into the gas valve and goes to the pilot assembly. a good haedware store that sells heaters will have one. they come in various lengths 18"-48".

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Looking for: ProCom Model MNO60HBA (about 3 years old) 6000BTU-Natural Gas-Serial#3620775. I want 3 of the plastic like adjuster knobs on top of the heater. Not the igniter button but the one to allow gas...

Control knobs can be purchased from Procom customer service at 877-886-5989. If you can't find them there, call Kozy World's customer service department at 800-776-9425 and tell them you need a control knob for a KWN109 (same size heater, manufactured by Procom, so same control knob).

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