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I have an old (Meaning 1960s) Dynavent wall mounted propane

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I have an old (Meaning 1960s) Dynavent wall mounted propane fired heater in my cabin in Maine. The pilot will light, fan starts in response to a thermostat call, but burners do not light. Is there someone who might be able to repair the unit? The unit will slide out of the case which is permanently installed in the wall.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: HVAC
Expert:  Rick replied 1 year ago.

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Any gas tech or plumber with experience servicing older gas fired units should be able to handle this. It sounds like you may have a weak thermopile as a possible culprit.