Question about Milwaukee Tool Master Heater B115 Series Master Kerosene Salamander / Torpedo 115,000 BTU Heater B115DT

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B115DT We have a Master B115DT torpedo heater that periodically shuts off. We have clean fuel in it & the filters are clean. Can you narrow the possible solutions? Curtis

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Check the photo cell and its connections. Make sure it is clean and seated properly also.

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