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RC150F this unit would only run when unit was warm...changed fuel...cleaned tank..replaced....ignitor plug...fuel filter...now it doesn't seem to want to draw the fuel...ANY IDEAS??

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Http://www.desatech.com/manuals.cgi?oldpro=Construction+Heaters&products=Construction+Heaters&Manual=&Model=RC150F&Type=Show+All&x=75&y=11

Check out this link. There is a detailed owners manual and other info.

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