20 Most Recent Endless Summer 2009 Open Flame Patio Heater Questions & Answers


Call this # and order 1-800-762-1142. I hope this helps.

Endless Summer... | Answered on Nov 24, 2012


Hi, First check if you have a full tank and that the pipes are clear of any insects, water or debris. Next see if you have a spark where the pilot is, if you can hear the piezo clicking but cannot see a spark then check the lead. Sometimes the lead can get loose and short out lower down and prevent the spark from reaching the pilot. You may need to take the lead out to fully check. If you have a spark and gas is reaching the pilot then check the tilt switch, if faulty it can turn the gas valve off. To check you can just short out the tilt switch, found this site very useful patio heater problem solving.

Endless Summer... | Answered on Oct 17, 2011


You can purchase all need parts from Uniflame (a division of Blue Rhino) by calling Customer Support
800.762.1142. Have you model number handy when you call.

Hope this helped you.

Endless Summer... | Answered on May 28, 2011


It's probably not the pressure regulators, as much as the pilot assembly and burners need cleaning. In addition, the Thermocouple(s) may be giving up the ghost and should be replaced. As far as the brass fitting to the "galvanized" pipe is concerned, that's a Black Iron fitting. Galvanized pipe or fittings are not approved to be used with gas. As a matter of fact, depending on where you live, Galvanized piping is not approved any longer for potable (drinking water) water piping

Once you turn the tank(s) OFF and disconnect them from each heater, to perform the maintenance I mentioned above. When you reconnect the hose to the tank, turn the tank valve ON VERY, VERY SLOWLY (Slow motion, slow), until the valve is fully open. Then light each one as you normally do and turn the burner(s) to high.

If you find you need Themocouples, you can purchase them from Blue Rhio, the manufacturer of Endless Summer heaters.

Hope this helps you to accurately troubleshoot and solve the problem. Please let me know.

Endless Summer... | Answered on May 27, 2011


Sounds like the Thermocouple has failed and needs to be replaced. It's not difficult to do. But, finding the part may be. Blue Rhino, is the manufacturer for Endless Summer Patio Heaters, so start there.

Endless Summer... | Answered on May 20, 2011


You need to replace the Thermocouple. Endless Summer Patio Heaters are manufactured by Uniflame, which is owned by Blue Rhino. You can order the Thermocouple direct ly from either company. Just make sure you have your Model Number handy.

Endless Summer... | Answered on Mar 06, 2011


try national energy they are on line or fnid a shop near you

Endless Summer... | Answered on Oct 10, 2010


Hello Check for spider web(s) in/on the burner.Low gas pressure can do that try also, a fresh tank if it's L.P.

Endless Summer... | Answered on Sep 21, 2010


The diaphragm is cracked, replace the regulator.

Endless Summer... | Answered on Mar 03, 2010


You should also try replacing the regulator, easy to do and not very expensive. As long as the thermocouple from the hardware store isn't to much longer, and it will thread into the spots on the heater, you can put a loop in the line of the thermocouple just don't let it touch itself.

Endless Summer... | Answered on Jan 12, 2010


It could be the thermocouple, but you have to take the head apart to replace it. If you got the main burner to fire, then the thermocouple is probably ok. Try changing the regulator, easy to do and not to expensive. If that doesn't work, try taking the head apart and cleaning the pilot and main burner orifices, do both while you are in there. If you are not comfortable doing this, hire someone.

Endless Summer... | Answered on Jan 11, 2010


Perhaps the regulator is going bad, cheap and easy to replace. If not the regulator, then there is probably a blockage in the pilot assembly. If you don't use it for some time, and don't put it inside, or cover it, dirt and insects can get inside and cause a blockage.

You have to take the head apart to clear a blockage. If you are not comfortable with taking the head apart, hire someone to do it.

Endless Summer... | Answered on Jan 11, 2010


The easy fix is a new regulator, if it is not the regulator you probably have a blockage in the pilot assembly. You have to take the head apart ot find and clear the blockage. If you are not comfortable with this, hire a service tech.

Endless Summer... | Answered on Jan 11, 2010

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