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I need help with my Single top propain heater

I just got this used and when i light it it lights like it should until the screen gets red then it just blows out and all you see is a flame coming up the hole and the top of the heater goes red hot because of the flame shooting straight out the hole.

Now this has 2 screens on the front of it one is a fine mesh and then top one is not as fine but seems heavier screen but the top of it is burned off.

Can you tell me if i can fix this or not?

Thanks
Ernest Luby

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I feelt hat you need to get a new one. b/c there should be no hole on top of these things

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