If you’re one of the many people who use a Clarke space heater to keep warm during the winter, you may have experienced some problems with it.
In this blog post, we’ll discuss some of the most common issues people encounter with these heaters, and we’ll provide some tips on how to troubleshoot them.
Clarke Space Heater No Flame Detected
First, make sure that there is no dirt or debris blocking the air intake or exhaust vents. If the vents are blocked, the heater will not be able to function properly.
Next, check the fuel line to make sure it is not clogged. If the fuel line is clogged, the heater will not be able to get the necessary amount of fuel to produce a flame.
Finally, make sure that there is adequate ventilation in the room where the heater is being used. If there is not enough ventilation, the fumes from the heater can build up and cause a fire.
Clarke Space Heater Not Igniting
It’s possible that there is something blocking the air intake, which is preventing the heater from igniting. You could try cleaning out the intake and seeing if that fixes the problem.
Another possibility is that there is something wrong with the ignition switch. If you’re comfortable doing so, you could try manually starting the heater by hitting the switch a few times.
If it still doesn’t work, then you may need to call in a professional to take a look at it.
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