Question about Reddy R155D Utility Heater
[STEP 1] Check air pressure with proper gage
[A] Adjust air pressure to correct specs as shown in the manual
[B] If that doesn't show anything follow STEP 2
[STEP 2] Take the rear plate off by the air adjustment that has 4-5/16" bolts. Start the heater and see if you have air coming out the vent hole on the left side under the top bolt.
[A] If you do the air pressure gage needs to be cleaned. keep plate off and blow air through with an air line.
[B] If that doesn't blow air through the vent hole follow STEP 3
[STEP 3] Take the next plate off that has a bunch of 5/16" bolts.
Carefully pull that off and inspect that plate.
[A] If that plate has gouge marks look at the manual for sanding proceedures and follow those carefully.
[B] If it still doesn't work call mfg.
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
Check the fuel line that goes into the tank.If it look the least bit cracked, replace it. It will suck air instead of fuel
Posted on Feb 22, 2008
First check filters. Then check pump pressure. Then nozzle for debri.
Starting points anyway.
Posted on Feb 18, 2008
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