Question about Empire GWT-25 Wall Mounted Panel Heater
Hi, working with natural gas and converting them over to propane for the country folk, I do indeed know the sound. You might want to take a look at the burner section for any signs of carbon,soot, build up any where.If the gas pressure has changed for some reason, you will get this blow torch sound.You would need the correct meter to check or measure the inches of W.C. Inlet pressure not to exceed 1/2p.s.I. Outlet for propane has changed over the last 10 years, you will now find on the MGV (main gas valve) for propane is almost the same as with natural gas.W.C. is a measurement used in reading gas pressures, stands for inches of water-column. Recommended pressures are well marked in manuals and on valve its self. Right at 2.5 to 4" w.c. So, check for carbon build up and clean if needed.If it burns radical, pressures should be checked with a gas pressure test kit.Yellow Jacket makes a good one. I hope this has been of some help to you, Sincerely,
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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