Question about Mr. Heater Natural Gas Garage Heater - 45,000 BTU
If the unit is like the one pictured then you have to switches that may have to be reset. One is located
near the burners and the other probably in same
These switches are a bimetal disc held in by two screws and usually will have to wires going to it. in
between where the two wires clip on is a button usually red, Make sure you push it in.
If the furnace is different than the on pictured give more detail
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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