Question about All-Pro Kerosene Garage Shop Heaters - All Pro PK115T Forced Air Kerosene Space Heater
It's supposed to shut off if it doesn't light off. Take the top off, and while staying away from the fan turn unit on and observe if there is fuel coming from the nozzle and spark at the ignitor. No fuel could be a plugged filter in the pick up tube. Unscrew the nut on the line coming from the fuel tank, the filter is in the top of the line. There is also a filter on the back of the nozzle accessed by removing nozzle and unscrewing it from the fuel tube. if there is a good fuel spray, but no spark, probably the high voltage transformer is bad. Most heater brands use the same transformer so take the old one with you to a heater dealer and have it checked/replaced.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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