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Greg...

The lighting PROCESS involves HOLDING that
"PRESS MODE" for QUITE a (long) WHILE...
To clear the AIR out of your fuel line...

I have seen ... Up to 5 minutes
(
although I believe that is excessive)...

It is MOST LIKELY your troubles are procedural.
(READ the manuals)

ELSE
Blue Rhino
is the place to START ... or SEARCH
locally on the internet...

Try (they have manuals here... also)
Blue Rhino Outdoor Gas Heaters

Hope this helps

Carnac the Magnificent

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It may be getting too hot and activating the safety shut off. This may need a new board. I have never worked on one of these but it has to be fixable. Depending on the cost of the unit as to whether or not it is worth it.

Duraflame... | 1,493 views | 0 helpful votes


I found nothing... iHeater 1500 Advanced...
(MY fault: strongly suggest the TELEPHONE)

Try
officialiheater.com
http://officialiheater.com/

or follow contact instructions (below)

Please be sure to read and follow all of the service
procedures outlined in this owner's manual. If you have
any questions concerning your iHeater, contact the
iHeater Customer Service Department at 1-800-469-0456

1-800-469-0456
iHeater, LLC.
5789 Park Plaza Court, Indianapolis, IN 46220
www.officialiheater.com


Carnac the Magnificent

IHeater 1500... | 1,266 views | 0 helpful votes


Google Bernzomatic 2271T manual

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Check to make sure that the elements are weird in the right place.
See if there is any loose screws or metal on metal.
The elements might be bad
If wired wrong it may not be making a proper circuit.
Check the pcb boards to see if it is touching metal on the bottom side of board.
If you put a screw in the wrong spot it may be grounding something out.
Check all wires for bare spots

EDENPURE USA1000... | 1,042 views | 0 helpful votes


Defective thermocouple. It is the metal tube that stays in the path of the pilot light flame.

Patio Heaters | 1,160 views | 0 helpful votes


clean it,,,

Unknown Heat... | 1,270 views | 0 helpful votes


If you believe it is not powering up because of a blown or missing fusible link, you can simply BYPASS the fusible link with a (large) piece of wire, briefly turning the power on to test the unit. If the unit powers up with the bypass wire (and it does not blow the fuse or breaker to that outlet)... leave the bypass wire there!

IHeater 1500... | 1,509 views | 0 helpful votes


????????????????????????? Whatevers Broken / Damaged needs replacing

Patio Heaters | 1,851 views | 0 helpful votes


If it is clean it should not.

IHeater 1500... | 1,369 views | 0 helpful votes


look to see if the safety fuse is open you can do that by using a continuity test on the heating element.

Cadet EnergyPlus... | 1,284 views | 0 helpful votes


This is not going to work in your golf cart. This is propane based heater with a pilot light. It will go out if you drive because of the wind blowing on it. I also believe all Mr. Heaters have a tip hazard turn off. I know the two I have do. If you really want heat in your cart I would recommend an extra battery, an inverter and a porcelain electric heater. Could be made to work very nicely in your cart.

Mr Heater Base... | 1,383 views | 1 helpful votes


From the Troubleshooting Guide - Check the Obvious Turn on the gas and listen at the burner to see if you can hear the gas arriving.
If the patio heater has an electronic ignition system make sure that there is a spark. If there is a spark but the heater will not light up, try using a lighter or burning spill to light the gas. Be ready for a flash over if you have been trying to light the gas for a while-there might be a small cloud of gas near the burner.

Start at the Bottom The most likely reason that a gas heater will not work is that there is no gas. Take out the empty gas cylinder and replace it with a full one. Often you will feel that there is still gas in an empty cylinder but there is not enough to create the pressure needed to drive the gas burner. An empty cylinder will feel light.

Check the Gas Regulator The gas regulator is the connection of the gas cylinder to the gas pipe that takes the gas up to the burner. Some regulators have a flip switch that prevents the valve in the top of the cylinder from being depressed-effectively an "off" switch. If there is such a switch, make sure that it is in the "on" position.

Check the Gas Pipe Although it is most unlikely that the gas pipe can get blocked, remove the gas pipe from the regulator and from the gas inlet at the top of the heater. This pipe is pressure fitted and held in place by pipe clips. Blow air through the pipe to ensure that it is clear.

Check the Burner The burner will be a very simple assembly. Take each part off in turn and check for any blockages. Also check that the burner apertures are set correctly. Beneath each burner is a small chamber in which air and gas are mixed. Make sure that the gas and air inlets are clear.

If Your Heater has a Pilot Light If your heater has a pilot light, there is the possibility that the thermo couple has failed. The thermo couple is usually shaped like an inverted "v" and sits in the flame of the pilot light. The temperature acts on the thermocouple to keep the gas supply to the burner open. A good indication that the thermocouple has broken down is that the pilot light goes out when you try to turn the heater on. Thermo couples are readily available patio heater parts and usually available from stock.

If you have carried out all the checks and the heater will still not light, you can repeat all the checks more slowly and carefully or take your heater to a specialist for a service.

If you need further help, I’m available over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/steven_7f54ab9063554f66

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first check the outlet its plugged into to be sure there is actually power there, if not check your breaker box, it may have overloaded the circuit and popped the breaker. if all good there, check the unit for a fuse, which may be blown.

IHeater 1500... | 1,644 views | 3 helpful votes


The level sensor inside might be loose or fell off. Call the company.

EDENPURE 2013... | 3,692 views | 2 helpful votes


Your heater needs to be cleaned & adjusted. Contact your gas supplier for information, as to do they do the service or have someone they recommend. You will probably have to bring it in.

Patio Heaters | 942 views | 1 helpful votes


Could you use a compression fitting across the break? If you can take a piece of the tubing to local hardware/auto store for sizing to see how snug the brass ring is.

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The thermocouple has to be in contact with the flame at all times when pilot is lit, this heats up and sends mill-volts back to the safety valve to keep the gas on, if not it won't let the gas through, otherwise you need to clean the pilot or replace the thermocouple if everything else is ok..

Patio Heaters | 1,050 views | 1 helpful votes


Amazon.com look up contacts.

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