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Re: Heater for Stand [Re: thejimmster] #8740962 11/23/22 06:49 PM
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10 year battery CO detector


https://www.lowes.com/pd/First-Alert-Carbon-Monoxide-Detector/1000456461


I use one in back of my truck when sleeping back there in late season out west, toss it in my pack for TX


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Re: Heater for Stand [Re: Texas Dan] #8740988 11/23/22 07:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Texas Dan
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Originally Posted by Texas Dan
If I push and hold the start button down for a few seconds (to begin releasing gas) before pressing it down completely to engage the spark igniter, the pilot flame lights every time. If I press the start button completely down in one stroke, it seldom lights.


I have good one and a dud. I'm gonna go try that.


Dan, I tried that still no bueno. Mine will light but even holding down for up to 2 minutes it won't stay lit. Any thoughts guys ?


I would suggest watching this video first to get an idea of what's what and what it's supposed to do. Doing so will likely save you time and money.



Thank you sir. !

Re: Heater for Stand [Re: thejimmster] #8742023 11/25/22 11:03 AM
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Hadn’t thought of this potential problem. I have my home, a rent house and a mobile home at my rural property. All with heat and water heating using natural gas or propane.

I’ll buy some.

Thanks all.


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