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Where is the fuel filter located on the R40 utilty heater?

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How to change or clean fuel filter on r40 reddy heater

Posted on Jan 14, 2013

  • Gene Wharton
    Gene Wharton Jan 14, 2013

    I just need to change or clean filter on r40

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The R40 has an on board computer with a photocell that views the flame color. If the photocell does not like the color of the flame, then the heater shuts down....within 5 secs.
Your problem could be:
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  2. defective electronics.
  3. restricted fuel supply.
  4. air leak in air line or fuel line
You must troubleshoot each of the above- starting with setting the pump pressure.

Tips http://www.reddyparts.com/HSI_tips.htm

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If the ignitor isn't glowing it isn't a fuel problem. It may be a pressure switch or bad ignitor.

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