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The Forced Air Kerosene heaters - Big Heat when and where you need it with a new enclosed motor and quieter operation. Whether you are using it in a garage or on the jobsite, these 50,000 - 400,000 BTU Forced Air Kerosene heaters are up for the task. Made with a split upper shell designed for easy maintenance and high output fully enclosed motors, you can expect long life and faithful service from your Forced Air Kerosene heater. Controlled by a factory installed thermostat, these units effortlessly heat up a lot of space quickly. They are equipped with a high-limit safety switch and a photo CAD cell to shut the unit off in unsafe conditions. You can use these heaters with no worries and focus on the task at hand. These heaters have all the versatility and safety features the jobsite requires.
FORCED AIR KEROSENE HEATERS FAQS
First be sure there is fresh kerosene in the tank. Disconnect the power plug and pull the top of the heater off and check that all of the rubber air and fuel lines are connected. (at the back of the motor/pump, going into the fuel tank and by the back of the burner assembly) Also check to be sure that the rubber lines are not cracked or broken. Last, check the fuel filter inside the fuel tank to see if it might be clogged. Then adjust the air pressure correctly.
Check to see the status of the spark electrode inside the back of the burner assembly by first unplugging the heater than pull the top off and see if the heavy spark plug wires are connected to the spark electrode. If it is connected pull the spark electrode out and see if it is wet. Also check the gap of the electrodes, the gap should not be more than 1/8 or 0.013-0.015."
Be sure to unplug the heater first and pull the top cover off and check to see if anything is blocking the fan blade from turning. Try turning the fan blade by hand to see if the motor is locked-up because of a broken rotor/air pump assembly. There is also a high limit sensor that if popped will not let the motor start. Last if the top cover is off the heater and there is a bright light or you are outside with the sun light this will prevent the heater from starting because of the photo cell. Fan blade check for obstructions and turn blade by hand to check for motor bearing binding or air pump rotor restrictions.