20 Most Recent Reddy R60A Utility Heater - Page 4 Questions & Answers


sorry, I spent some time searching the web and found this

www.reddyparts.com/

by typing in "reddy heaters" in search engine... and found a bunch of parts outlets

you should try the company first.

hope this help you get started.

Reddy R60A... | Answered on Feb 21, 2008


have you checked the bearings? oiling the motor with wd-40 creates a gummy mess that binds the motor. the lubricants in wd-40 are solvent based. once this "vehicle" dries up what's left is a silicone product that dries out. use a dependable light machine oil like 3 in 1 oil or a sewing machine oil

Reddy R60A... | Answered on Jan 04, 2008


You have fuel and spark but it won't ignite...
The problem must either be the spark or the fuel - the ignition unit isn't an unusual failure so is the spark gap correct; if there is a failing spark there is a temptation to reduce the size of the spark gap.

The fuel, paraffin or diesel isn't very volatile so it must be presented to the spark in a form that is easily burned and that means a very finely atomised spray - problems with the spray are common with older heaters, usually caused by small particles of dirt or rust either making the spinner stick or freeze or wearing the fit between the spinner and jet and the jet orifice and even if the jet is in good condition it is important to have the correct air pressure that is checked and adjusted whenever the heater is serviced.

Paraffin or kerosene has a fairly high content of dissolved water and when the inside of a fuel tank is unprotected steel, the fuel can cause some rusting...
A thorough internal clean and refill with filtered fuel will usually restore performance for the season.

Reddy Heating &... | Answered on Dec 30, 2020


Apparently the photocell needs to see a flame of the correct colour or it will shut down so the nozzle and spinner has to be in very good condition - diesel might be clean but is the inside of the tank clean?
The fit between the spinner and nozzle is so very close it can stick with very small particles.

Can't speak for the Reddy Heater but a bad spark transformer seems a very common problem with that type of heater - ensure the spark gap is correct.

Reddy Heating &... | Answered on Dec 08, 2020


After 19 years of service, your Reddy heater probably is ready for replacement.

Reddy Heating &... | Answered on Nov 16, 2020


Contact Reddy directly to request the manual.

Reddy Heating &... | Answered on Oct 29, 2020


Never try and light a furnace when you have a glow coil ignitor. Even if you managed to do so it would reach high temp and limit would stop it. . trained technician can do this but why? If your glow coil is glowing constantly after start up than mast likely you have a control board problem. Call a technician to troubleshoot it

Reddy Heating &... | Answered on Dec 31, 2019


Replace the sensor,the sensor won't allow the unit to fire if it is dirty or defective,they aren't expensive.probably under 35 bucks

Reddy Heating &... | Answered on Oct 13, 2019


Flame sensor is defective if it is igniting and attempting to burn then goes out replace the flame sensor

Reddy Heating &... | Answered on Oct 07, 2019


Jerry, you may have a low pressure output on the air pump behind the electric fan motor. There are 2 plastic plugs at the rear cover where the filter is. One is just a plug. If you have a low pressure air gauge say 10-20 psi max, you can remove this plug and screw it in that hole. Do not over tighten the gauge. The other plug increases air pressure when you turn it clockwise, counter clockwise to decrease. this model usually is set around 6 - 6.5 psi. If the pressure does not increase, it may be time to remove the rear pump cover and investigate the filters, rotor & carbon blades.

Reddy Heating &... | Answered on Jan 28, 2019


No it not, Sounds like the bushings are worn. It is time to replace motor. the part number is fasco 105336-01.

Reddy Heating &... | Answered on Jan 19, 2019


Possible the thermocouple bulb has slipped out of position and isn't being heated as it should. If it is a model with a pilot light, perhaps it is blocked.

The thermocouple is probably the most likely culprit.

Reddy Heating &... | Answered on Nov 12, 2018


The electrodes might need cleaned. I am attaching a link, please check out the FAQ section, then scroll down and click on FAQ for spark plug heaters. I hope this helps. Reddy Heater Parts Sales Online Mr Reddy Heater Parts Master Heater Parts...

Reddy Heating &... | Answered on Mar 04, 2018

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