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Re: reddy heater model 28725
Propane heater uses a hot surface ignitor. this operates off 120 volts and glows red/orange when actuated. it stays lit throughout the heater on operation. on the backplate of the combustion chamber is a high limit with two wires coming off it. these two wires connect to the spade connectors on the flame detector cappillary. Once you establish a fire, the flame detector generates a 750 millivolt signal which is applied to the pilot/main valve assembly. My diagram will show this.
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The fan is not supposed to run consistently. The purpose of the fan is to help control the temperature. It runs hard at first to help get the fire started then it slows down to maintain the temperature you've set. If you change to a higher temperature or if the temperature drops below what you've set, the fan will run faster causing the fire to burn hotter. You'll also find that as the temperature increases the amount of smoke will decrease.
your fan is suppose to run when ac is on if it is smoking check to see if there is anything obstructing it you can do this with the car offf and battery disconnected turn the fan with your hand and see if it moves freely if it turns hard you need a new fan hope this helps
Well I would first ask why you would want them on. The computer grounds the fan relay when the fans are needed. They don't run until the ac is on or the engine reaches 220 degrees. Sometimes smoke in the radiator is a sign of a leaking head gasket.
YOU MAY HAVE BLOCKAGE, FIRST CAREFULLY FEEL THE RADIATOR TO SEE IF IT IS AS HOT AS THE SMOKE SEEMS IT TO BE!IF IT IS COOL, THATS ONE OF THE REASONS THE FAN IS NOT ON!! IT THINKS THE CAR CAR IS STILL COLD, START WITH THAT DFF
1996 chrysler town and country lxi i drove it all day and no smoke and i drove to a store and i parked and it was smoking i looked under the hood and antifreeze was everywhere is there a leak? do i need a new hose?