Dyna-Glo Delux 250K BTU Natural Gas Radiant Heater
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Dyna-Glo Delux 250K BTU Natural Gas Radiant Heater

$499.99



Dyna-Glo Delux's 250,000 BTU portable natural gas radiant heater brings an immense, 360 degree directional heating solution powerful enough to heat an area up to 5,900 square feet. Push button continuous spark ensures safe ignition takes place while the flame safety system protects you and your space. When extreme situations call for extreme measures, this is a safe and easy solution.

Natural Gas

Radiant

Indoor-Outdoor-Construction

Features
  • Flame Safety System
  • Push Button Continuous Spark Ignition (Battery Included)
  • Full Surround Steel Cage
  • Included Low Pressure Regulator
Specs
  • Heater Type: Gas Radiant
  • Fuel Type: Natural Gas
  • BTU Ouput: 250000
  • Igniton Type: Push Buttion Continuous Spark
  • Heating Coverage (sq. ft.): 5900
  • Dimensions (inches): 14.69x14.69x44.29
  • Weight (lbs.): 28.55
Drawings
Dyna-Glo Delux 250K BTU Natural Gas Radiant Heater
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FAQs
Gas Radiant FAQ
Problem Possible Cause Corrective Action
Burner fails to light
  1. More warm-up time needed
  2. Gas pressure is low
  3. Thermocouple loose or in need of replacement
  4. Automatic control valve in need of replacement
  1. Relight, holding control valve button in for 45 seconds
  2. Inspect natural gas supply
  3. Tighten, reconnect or replace thermocouple
  4. Replace automatic control valve
Burner lights but goes out when automatic control valve button is released
  1. Main burner valve not completely open
  2. Clogged gas orifice
  3. Low gas pressure
  4. Low gas supply
  1. Completely open main burner valve by turning control knob to HIGH position
  2. Replace gas orifice
  3. Check gas supply, regulator function
  4. Contact gas supplier
Burn rate is low, emitter does not glow
  1. Main burner valve not fully open
  2. Plugged gas orifices
  3. Low gas pressure
  4. Low fuel supply
  1. Fully open main burner valve by turning control knob towards HIGH position until it stops
  2. Replace gas orifice
  3. Check gas supply, regulator output
  4. Consult gas supplier
Flames are extremely high and coming from emitter
  • Unit has been connected to a propane gas supply instead of natural gas
  • Check gas source and replace with natural gas supply



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