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Hello, I just purchased and installed a Quaker propane house heater (model RVM-350A) in a cabin. Worked for first 14 hours great. Then it shut down per usual once temperature inside cabin was reached and a few minutes later I heared a "pop." A small yellow flame was burning in the chamber under the burner. This has repeated itself everytime it shuts down now. Sometimes it happens once or twice and sometimes it will happen 5 times before the heater starts again. Any idea how I can fix it? Also looking for a company that sells 20-30K BTU small propane vented heaters if you know of any? Thank you.....Mark

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Sounds like a venting issue, check manufactures install procedures.

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