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If this heater is hooked up to a propane tank with an "OPD" valve, with the heater on; turn the gas off at the bottle. Allow it to set 30 seconds or so. Now turn off the heater. Slowly and I mean SLOWLY, turn on the tank. Now light the heater.
Posted on May 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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This heater is designed to work with LP gas. You will need a regulator from the tank to the heater set at 11"wc .that's standard for any LP gas system. Your existing piping system should have a regulator already outside of your house before the gas inters your home .If it does not then you will have to install one. The regulator can be inside but you will have to run a vent line in copper from the regulators vent to the outside of your house.
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