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I HAVE A RINNAI CONVECTOR 400 GAS HEATER AND WHEN YOU START IT, IT LIGHTS OKAY BUT THEN A FEW SECONDS AFTER IT GOES OUT AND "BEEPS". IT DOESN'T SEEM TO MATTER IF THE GAS SETTING IS ON HIGH, MEDIUM OR LOW. AFTER ABOUT 10-15 ATTEMPTS IT SEEMS TO "WARM UP" ENOUGH AND RUNS FINE.I DON'T HAVE A MANUAL AS I BOUGHT IT SECONG HAND AND IT IS 3 YEARS OLD. THANKS TRACEY

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