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Wont stay lit after 20 min with blower on

I have a procom 3panel natural gas heater serial #3351383-- model mn 180hpa w/manual blower pf06-yjlf. when in operation and the blower on it will run great for 20 to 25 mins and then shut down includeing the pilot light-- if i burn it without the blower on it will stay on great-- i checked the fan intake and it seems like it is blowing out cool air and the sides of the heater get hot to the touch--did my blower motor reverse rotation-- if so is a replacement blower available

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Re: wont stay lit after 20 min with blower on

As a licensed plumber I will recommend now that you don't touch the heater. Gas is dangerous and leaks aren't easily found.

Everytime a gas heater is serviced the tradesman needs to do a gas check to see if all is working well. There are too many things that can go wrong, from a small gas leak to burnt gas leaking, all of which are lethal.

I can tell you how to fix it, but I won't, because it is too dangerous.

Getting a repair man will cost you, but not getting one may cost you your health or your life.

Posted on Dec 30, 2007

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