Question about Empire DV-215 Direct Vent Natural Gas Heater
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..
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
The first thing I would double check burner orifice size. Sounds to me like it's much too big. Iwould also want to check regulator pressure to see that it is in the proper range. Hope this helps you.Thanks
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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