20 Most Recent Reddy HEATER RH125T 125,000-BTU PROFESSIONAL SERIES PREMIUM PORTABLE KEROSENE FORCED AIR HEATER W/TH... Questions & Answers


...."I own one just like this and it is true at the beginning I did not know how to make the cold air work but once I play with the buttons everything worked fine. You have to press mode twice then press the minus button until the air gets cold. The instruction are not clear but the item is great, I used it year round." Prem air PCH1033 RC 1 8kw Ceramic Tower with Remote

Reddy HEATER... | Answered on Jul 23, 2019


Sears or Home Depot sell products and parts ... other than that.. hard to find

Reddy HEATER... | Answered on Jun 26, 2018


Read these troubleshooting tips. You must determine whether the failure is a fuel delivery problem or an electronics problem.
Reddy Heater troubleshooting tips

Good luck!

Reddy HEATER... | Answered on May 20, 2018


Bearing have gone bad in the electric motor. You will have to replace the electric motor. They are expensive but still cheaper than buying a whole new heater.

Reddy HEATER... | Answered on Mar 04, 2018


Hi,
Here are a couple of tips that I wrote that tell you how to troubleshoot aTorpedo or Reddy heater...

Reddy Heater - Troubleshooting Torpedo Heaters Torpedo Heater Pump Pressure Adjustment
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Reddy HEATER... | Answered on Apr 02, 2011


donaldcfield.

This is a typical Reddy Heat problem. You need to see my tip at http://www.fixya.com/support/r4124129-yearly_maintenance_reddy_heaters which explains the problem, how to fix it and where to get the parts.

Thanks for using FixYa and for the great rating.

hardrocko

Reddy HEATER... | Answered on Feb 18, 2011


Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly.

Download this service manual
http://www.bealsmotor.com/Desa%20Hot%20Surface%20Manual.pdf
and follow the fails to ignite steps
or ignites and does not stay lit steps.
Most likely either the photocell is very dirty, defective or mis-aligned.
The well written service manual will help you immensely to resolve your problem.
Thanks for choosing FixYa,
Kelly

Reddy HEATER... | Answered on Feb 16, 2011


Yes, I have done it and got transistor from a electroic story. took old one to them and they match it. When soldering it on use very little heat not meld the other solder tracks. Ken'Repair

Reddy HEATER... | Answered on Jan 23, 2011


I want you to inspect the fuel tank, you are looking for water that may have entered while in storage. Condensation builds from storing them and it can duplicate what you are saying here. What I did was to empty the fuel in a clean five gallon bucket and observe, fuel is lighter than water so it floats to the top water sinks to the bottom. If water is present please try to dry out the tank the best you can by soaking it up with a rag. You can siphon off the fuel just be careful not to get the water. If no water is present check to see how the igniter is positioned in conjunction to the angled spray of atomized fuel.You may have to bend it in a little closer to the fuel.

Reddy HEATER... | Answered on Dec 28, 2010


cut a half inch off the end of the all the hoses you can see and then try it again I had mine crack on the back side and it would **** air.

Reddy HEATER... | Answered on Dec 14, 2010


Its not getting enough air to burn with the cover on. See if you can figure out how to adjust the air flow.

Reddy HEATER... | Answered on May 06, 2010


The oil lines that run from tank to furnace is acting like a guitar string. As oil is being pumped through the pipe, it is humming. Try placing an old rug on the tank to see if it absorbs the hum.

Reddy HEATER... | Answered on Jan 22, 2010


Check the foam filters located in the back, their is also a primary air adjustment slot in the back try adjusting that each time you fire it to see if you can get it to stay on.

Can you see the fuel oil coming out of the nossle? If
not clean it. If it has a cad cell that could be bad or dirty, you might have to bypass it to see if that is the
problem.

Reddy HEATER... | Answered on Jan 15, 2010


It sounds more like airflow and too high of a temp. The fan blades and return vent side must be very clean to keep this big guy pushing the btus out of the heater. A restriction of any kind could cause this overheating situation causing it the shut itself down. If you are confident that air is not the problem, make sure the nozzle that the kerosene comes out of is clean also.

Reddy HEATER... | Answered on Jan 09, 2010


Take air preassure from an air hose to turn the fan blades to loosen everything up. Time for afull service, like change the vanes in the pump, 3- filters fuel--2 air.

Reddy HEATER... | Answered on Dec 18, 2009


one thing to check is the air pressure,there is a low pressure gauge to do it with i no the 55,000 btu is 3.5lbs they are all different and if they are not right it will cause these problems,im having the same problem with mine i dont have a gauge but thats what i have found out,clean the fuel tip,i think the circuit board is bad on mine,if the board gets wet it will do the same thing i have found that out also ,good luck to all

Reddy HEATER... | Answered on Dec 17, 2009


Do you have a schematic?

Reddy HEATER... | Answered on Dec 06, 2009


The i unit is a forced air Kerosene heater and if you are not experienced in the repair of this unit, I would really suggest having the unit serviced by a certified technician.
If when you plug in the unit and try to power up the unit, and as you say, " nothing happens ".
The unit has a forced air blower, a thermostat, and a ignore.
If any of the above are not working correctly, the unit will not start, as these are all safety backups.
You will need to check these units one at a time.
Please consider have this unit worked on by a cirtified technican.
I hope you have little expense with this repair.
Happy Holiday's
Please rate kindly
John

Reddy HEATER... | Answered on Dec 06, 2009


Not much to check. The element comes out and makes a square loop back to the ceramic portion. This element is extremely brittle and will break if touched or wiped off.

You can check the 2 wires with a voltage tester set on continuity. The needle should swap sides if the ignitor is intact. I don't ever remember an ignitor failing, except for breakage.

View this page. Be sure you get the correct ignitor. 2 different ones have been used on the RH125T.
http://www.reddyparts.com/125T%20ignitors.htm

Reddy HEATER... | Answered on Mar 24, 2009


If you blew compressed air into the combustion chamber from the nozzle end of the heater there is a good chance that you broke the ignitor. Check it.

Reddy HEATER... | Answered on Dec 26, 2008

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