Question about Reddy Heater-30-55,000 BTU Variable
Have good spark, fan runs ok, have gas but will not ignite.
Well it sound like you have all the components working. Try lighting it with a torch or long match or something. If it lights, then you may need to adjust the spark-er. You also may need to adjust the pilot. It may be too much pressure, which will blow out the flame, or its not enough gas. Make sure the pilot orifice is clear.
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