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Portable calor gas heater is burning too high. The flame on the middle burner is burning higher than normal and is going above the white ceramic heaters and touching the cabinet

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you probably need to adjust the primary air mixture. There should be shutters on the front of the burner assy. If this does not correct the problem you may have dirty burners themselves. you could remove the burners and drag a wire brush across them to clean. but do not drills the openings unless you use a r&m bit

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I had this problem. From using the center brick most of the time, lots of dust bunnies build up in the gas chimney behind the brick.
Tie 2 pipe cleaners together with a small perpendicular circle at the top and carefully remove the dust bit by bit by twirling the cleaner.
The brick should fire like new if it is carefully cleaned out.

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Check the gas line pressure before the heater then after the regulator. It sounds as if you are not getting sufficient gas pressure to the burners. Two possibilities bad regulator and or bad gas valve! Sorry I can not be absolutely sure on this one you can try blowing the ceramic burners with a compressor this will clean them rite out.

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Hi,
You may have to install a pressure regulator and cut back the gas pressure to get the flame to a level where it will not soot...
or if you already have a pressure regulator in the line then open the center of the regulator and turn the screw up a few turns at a time till it stops sooting...

This should get you running and enjoying your new fireplace..

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