Flame detector's given up, mercury pressure developed from flame heating a small bulb and capillary pipe keeps gas flowing, they seem to fail over time. Not developing enough pressure and thus giving regulator a false flame out reading. dilonghi call them analysers. No fix - fir replacement prt
I'd be checking what the operating gas pressure is correct - when it's operating, not when it's stopped or off.
My suspicion is that the gas pressure is incorrect & the regulator needs adjusting, or that the gas bottle is simply too small for the heater & can't evaporate enough gas to keep it going.
You really need a gas expert to advise on site.
(Aussie gasfitter - too far to do house calls)
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