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Can anyone fix the ticking and banging expansion noise when first turned on and after it goes off?

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Not really much you can do about it. With time it stresses itself out. However, if you're using the the blower, it should continue automatically to run, until the heater cools down some. That should ease some of the noise from metal expansion. The other thing to consider is whether the flame height is to tall? This would cause it heat up more than it should. Also, make sure nothing is obstructing the intake air flow (air that's taken in from the house, heated and sent back out).

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