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Fire goes out even poilot after I light it

My procom vent free heater goes out even poilot after I light it

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Make sure you hold down the control knob longer befor taking it to
low fire. If you are using LP gas, is it possible you have run out?

Posted on Jan 31, 2010

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I have a procom vent free 30000 btu vent free Heater. Over half the time when the threm.fires it up only half of it lights I can blow gently on the side that is lit and the other side lights any ideas


sounds like a pressure problem. the gas jet may be parsherly blocked, causing a drop in pressure or the gas pressure wants checking .also there may be fluff build up causing the problem.
with heater switched off and cold give the burner a good vacuum
gas jet may want removing and gently cleaning and pressure checked . hope this is of some help , i get a gas engineer to check unit over, good luck

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Vent free is the problem, 1 of the combustion byproducts is a large amount of water vapor. Crack a door to the room a little and maybe even a windw slightly (as it most likely states in the owners manual) and see if the problem goes away.

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The Underwriter Laboratories of Canada are an offshoot of the Underwriters Labs of the U.S. They test consumer products for safety. The Procom space heater is advertised as a vent free heater fired with propane. As it is vent free I doubt you can convert it into a vent type appliance. When propane burns, it produces carbon dioxide and water vapor. It must be used with adequate ventilation for combustion. It consumes oxygen to burn. If burning it without ventilation it lowers the amount of oxygen in your room creating a hazard to human life. this is what kills. Perhaps the ULC standards are more stringent then the US but I suppose if the unit has the United States UL emblem, using it in Canada, you may need a direction from your local extension service before you can use it.

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