Question about Heating & Cooling
My monitor 2400 kerosene heater turns off by itself and gives me a E13 or E14 error code. I have a full tank of kerosene. I know this heater has not been serviced in years. How do I do basic trouble shooting and maintenance on this heater?
Drain the air out of the supply line at the bulk tank shutoff valve; there should be a small hex plug for doing this. On the bottom right hand side of the heater is a round hole that allows access to a finger pump for the fuel; press this three times slowly. Heater should start!
Posted on Dec 14, 2010
Check your filter in the fuel line outside if you have one. Also check the strainer in the fuel sump.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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