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Since the burner has been cleaned with no improvement in the problem. I suspect that it's an air to gas mixture problem. Dust may have clogged the air intake valve.Or the Burner Nozzle may be partially clogged. Here is a link to an Owner's Manual for a Dura Heat Heater that is the same as yours, that may be of some help. http://www.worldmkting.com/documents/GFA2010Manual.pdf
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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You need to reclean the burners every little hole needs to be cleared of rust the only thing that can cause fire in the tube is the gas is not getting out. Try scrubbing with a wire brush then use compressed air to blow out each opening in the burner.
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