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I have a reddy heater pro 100 and when I start it up the fan turns but it won"t ignite. any help would be apprciated

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You should be able to both see and hear the spark when this unit starts.
If you do not have spark the first thing you want to do in to clean and check the grounds on the heater.

You also need to make sure you have a good ground connection between the botton on the heater and the main section of the heater.

The spark on this unit need a good ground to complete the series and give you the spark required to start the heater.

If after you check this you can still not get spark you may need to replace the DSI Spark Controller.

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Posted on Jan 04, 2011

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