Question about Corona 23-DK Compact Heater
Try tilting the heater so the flame extinguisher snuffs it out. Please do this out side as it really does stink when it is shut off this way. After it cools please take it apart and check the wick you have a problem in your heater and something is bound up in the wick assembly. Take your time and do this outside as well because it is a messy job and kerosene stinks. Your wick should turn up and down with little to no resistance.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The pressure switch is located in the front header, behind the
upper side jacket panel, above the water connections. When
required, the pressure switch can be reset with the following
1. Clean filter and skimmer.
2. Start filter pump.
3. Set digital thermostat to highest setting.
4. Turn the adjustment knob on the pressure switch clockwise
until the combustion air fan in the front control panel turns
off. Fan will not turn off if system pressure exceeds 5 PSI.
5. Slowly turn the adjustment knob counter-clockwise until the
combustion air fan turns on. Turn knob an additional ¼ turn
6. Turn filter pump off and on several times. The heater should
shut down immediately when the pump stops.
7. If the heater does not shut down immediately as the filter
pump stops, repeat steps 4, 5 and 6 until proper operation
8. Reset thermostat to desired temperature setting.
If after doing all of the above you still have the problem.... you can remove the switch and check for debris in the water passages. If you find debris remove it, reinstall the switch and repeat steps above.
- Still have the problem... Replace the switch.
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