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Reddy heater won't stay going there are two screws on back what are they for. It's an older one think it's 1000 btu's

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Those screws are: 1. the one with the hole in it is a relief valve to allow excess air to escape. 2. the solid plug is to be removed and a low pressure gauge inserted.

Then, you adjust the air pump pressure to factory specs. If not properly set the heater will not function properly.

Follow this link for instructions http://www.reddyparts.com/pressure.htm

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