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99.9% Efficient. That is what these garage heaters offer. Whether you use it in your garage to keep your cars warm or in your shop to keep the work force busy and comfortable, this garage heater transfers almost all of the fuel it burns directly into clean safe radiant heat. Utilizing a unique power pile thermocouple to control the valve, there is no electricity required. Just hook-up the included millivolt thermostat with the appropriate wire - not included - then mount the heater to the wall and make the gas connection, then you are ready to go. Clean, safe, radiant heat whenever you need it.
GARAGE/SHOP RADIANT HEATER FAQS
Be sure the gas supply is turned on, and that the pilot light is lit. If the pilot will not light check for blockage, in the pilot tube, from spiders or mud wasps.
Blockage in the main gas orifice or dirt and dust can block the flow of gas, clean unit per operators manual. Check to be sure that the wiring to the thermostat is not faulty and that the electrical connections on the thermostat are clean.
First check that the wiring from the thermostat to the gas valve is correct.
The pilot light might be too short to supply enough heat to the thermocouple for correct operation. Adjust the pilot length using the screw marked on the gas valve "pilot adjustment" per the instructions in the operator's manual. After all else is checked, the thermocouple may be weak and cannot supply enough power to operate the main gas valve burners electrical solenoid.
Pilor and Main Burner Flame Adjustments
Check gas supply, either natural gas or propane, and the connection to be sure it is tight. If it is a new propane tank or just a refilled tank, it may have air in the top of the tank that needs to be bled off by propane supplier. The pilot tube may also be blocked by dirt, dust, or insects. Clean thoroughly.