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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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You are not getting gas for some reason. Check the valve to make sure it is getting power to open the solenoid. It may need to be set to on. If you are getting power to the valve and its not getting gas, check the orifice. Sometimes a spider or other bug will get in there and plug it up. Its a very small hole, so it wont take much to block it.
Posted on Mar 02, 2008
I'm picking up a faint propane scent when the heater is completely turned off. When I turn the heater on it lights fine so I don't suspect it's the pilot light. Is this an issue with the installation of the fuel line, or could it still be the pilot? Any ideas on troubleshooting the source?
Posted on May 26, 2008
An H12 indicates a flame failure, which could be caused by an obstruction in the combustion chamber, buildup of debris on the flame rod, not enough or no fuel, or no spark at the igniter. You may wish to get a technician in and look at these. One thing I have found is that spiders love to webs in the burners of these heaters and the only way to check it out is to disassemble the entire burner.
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
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Perhaps a bad blower.
Sounds like an electronic failure!
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Posted on Aug 29, 2008
Raise the thermistor. It is a black rubber probe located on the back of the heater close to the coldest spot in your home, the floor. Raise it a few inches. To do this you will need to unhook it from its holder and open the front of the heater to unravel the extra length of yellow wire.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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