Question about Coleman Hot Water On Demand
There is a flow demand sensor in the tubing that must be able to sense water flow or nothing will happen. If there is debris in the sensor.... then it will not light. Also is the pump running at all? If the pump is not running check the wires at the battery connector to see if there is a broken or improperly connected terminal. Lastly make sure the propane bottle is properly installed.
I recommend you attempt this:
You can back flow the heater by disconnecting the pump / and placing / gripping a plastic bag with about 1 qt of water over the outlet hose. Then siphon water backward through the heater to clear any debris introduced via the pump. (Been there done this.)
If this does not work feel free to seek another Expert. Just passing on my personal experience with this heater.
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Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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