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You should check for fuel flow. Remove the top of the heater. Watch out for the fan and turn the heater on. Look for fuel spraying from the nozzle with a flashlight. If there isn't any, clean the fuel nozzle and check your fuel filter. If this doesn't get your fuel flowing, check the air pressure going to the fuel nozzle. You will need to connect a pressure guage one of the ports on the airfilter cover. The plug with a small hole in it is for adjusting the air pressure. Remove the other plug and install an air pressure guage (0-15 psi). The air pressure you need should be listed on the label on the heater. If you can't get that pressure, check the air filter. Let me know what you find if this doesn't get you going and I will give you some other things to check.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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