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The spark plugs are always on when the heater is on. On the back of the heater, you should see a bolt with a hole drilled in it. This bolt has a spring with a ball under it that acts as a "main jet" in that the more in you screw it, the less the amount of fuel that is fed in. (All the screw does is adjusts the amount of air going to the atomizer nozzle-more air=more fuel/Less air = less fuel.) On my old heater I kept a 7/16" wrench to "fine tune" it because as it and the air in the shop warmed, it would run too rich (no more than 1/2 turn)
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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