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My propane outdoor heater lights and generates heat on low but when i turn control to high the flame and heat do not increase

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The troubleshooting manual says low fuel, low fuel and cold weather and kinked supply line. Beyond this I would need to know if something happened to the unit like it fell over or was taken apart. Best, Joe My propane outdoor heater lights and generates hea - 1_31_2014_3_36_44_pm.png

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