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3 panel gas heater - not lighting!

I have a 3 panel gas heater, that suddenly wont fire up!!  There is enough gas (9kg gas bottle) all the connections are tight and secure, it just makes one big blue flame, but no heat & the panels which should light up and produce heat.. well just dont...  The make is a CONTI EURO 90 gas heater... if that helps!!  PLEASE HELP!! The house is FREEZING!!!!!!!!!!

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SOURCE: Corcho Model CH30t-2 panels won't stay lit

HI it sounds like the fire cement between them needs replacing you can buy this at home hardware or heating supplier this should stop the flame down the middle , it stops air getting in and it will burn better , hope this helps you ?

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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SOURCE: Heater not working when on Heat but working when on Fan

is there a venting fan, that may be faulty not sending power to heat

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SOURCE: Hi, I have a Vanguard 16,000 BTU infrared ventless

you probably have some wiring thats overheated and therfore not making good connection.

Posted on Nov 26, 2009

SOURCE: have a conti Euro 90

Did you get a manual. I got a second hand heater and do not knowhow to get it started, I press the big knob, press the ignitor but the moment I leave the big knob the flame goes out.

Posted on Jul 09, 2011

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