Question about Reddy R155D Utility Heater
There should be some sort of fire eye on this, either a visually operated sensor of a thermocouple that is reading the temperature of the flame. If it senses no flame it will shut the unit off so you don't get poisened by fumes.Does it re-set when you try and start it again or do you have to push the reset button, either way it needs to be re-set before operating again. I suspect that this sensor is causing your problems. These units also have fuel pumps, this may also cause the problem, hard for me to tell without seeing the unit.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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