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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a 115,000 btu
Get online to www.desatech.com You and download a manual there.
There are two ports on the black box behind the fan motor. One is just a plug where you should connect a pressure guage. The other is like a relief valve that keeps the pressure in the black box constant. The air goes to the fitting behind the fuel nozzle. This fitting is an eductor. The air flowing through it creates a low pressure which then draws the fuel to the nozzle. The air pressure and therefore the amount of airflow controls how much full will be drawn in. More pressure, more fuel. Less pressure, less full. To lower the pressure, back the screw out that has the hole in the center.
Posted on Dec 20, 2010
SOURCE: I'm looking for a manual
You can get the manual on the link below.
Posted on Dec 23, 2010
SOURCE: My Reddy Heater 50,000 btu
Take the top of the heater off. It should be about 6-8 screws holding it on. Be careful around the fan and plug the heater in. Check for the igniter sparking if it is the spark plug type or glowing if it is the HSI(hot surface igniter) type. If it isn't, check the gap on the spark plug and you will have to check the transformer for it also. If it is a HSI, make sure it is broken. This type is very brittle and easily broken. Next use a flashlight to look for fuel spraying from the nozzle. If it isn't, the fuel nozzle may be clogged. You can use a very small piece of wire to push through the nozzle to clear it. Also check the fuel filter. You can check for water in the fuel tank too. If it's really cold it could be frozen blocking the fuel flow. If you still don't have fuel flow, check the air filters. There are 2 on the back of the fan motor. You will have to remove the black cover to see one of them. Let me know what you find if you don't get it fixed.
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
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