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ProCom

Model PCK220VT

Internet #204583472

160,000 to 220,000 BTU Portable Kerosene Heater

$429.00 /each

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ProCom Heating’s Portable Outdoor Forced Air Heaters provide a high level of heat output buy circulating heat throughout and area. These commercial grade forced air heaters are made with heavy duty grade components for long lasting use. Not only are these heaters loaded with tons of features, they also include many patented features exclusive only to ProCom Heating. Easy to use, these commercial grade heaters operate off kerosene fuel, #1 and #2 diesel fuel, fuel oil, JP-8 fuel and jet a fuel. Perfect for worker comfort, framing, dry walling, curing concrete, remodeling, automotive, agriculture, sporting events and many DIY projects.

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HOW DO YOU GET TO THE FUEL FILTER

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i NEED A PICTURE OF THE WAY TO CLEAN THE FILER
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Disassemble opposite side of control panel. There you can pull the hose out. Filter is in line and a screen at the bottom. The screen can be cleaned with parts cleaner but filter will need replacing. You can get one at local auto part store.
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Look at page 14 in owners manual
If you don't have one google there is a PDF one that shows where and how to remove the fuel fitter
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Keeps throwing a C2 code and won't reset how do I fix it

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Keeps fault on c9 how do I fix it

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Rated 1.6 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Junk Bought procom Magnum PCK 110 vT works great for a month. After that was on the phone with the factory time and time again. They sent me a new pump that was great but didn't fix the problem code after code after code not same code but different code almost every time. It felt like a big run around until warranty was up and that was it. Didn't know it but procom is a Ready heater product it would have been nice to known that I would have never bought it. Where Reddy heater may be nice for personal use they have no construction performance. Unless you can find a way to keep it wrapped up in a plastic bag so no dust gets in it.we all know job sites are dirty. January 3, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Junk I bought this unit 1yr ago. I had to replace it immediately. The second one worked but would not fire at times and would fill my shop with kerosene. I found that the injector is not fixed and was not blowing onto ignition. I used a pull tie to hold it in position. After about a month it started squeaking. Well it made it to spring and I emptied it and stored it. Late fall came and after a couple uses the fan would just stop at times. I call tech support and they sent me a new fan and pump. After install it would not power up. They then sent me a circuit board. This one slows down the fan to soon. So now I have owned it 1yr and 2 days and the unit does its count down and starts then shuts off and starts count down again. This continues on and on. Thankfully they are going to honer the warranty and send me 1 more circuit board. January 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by JUNK ITS A PIECE..PROCOM WONT HELP...DIDNT EVEN MAKE IT THROUGH A FULL TANK ..CODE 2 THEN CODE 7..SAVE YOUR MONEY..DONT WASTE YOUR TIME.. December 12, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Waste of money Used it for less than 2 montns and it stopped working. I brought it to the local repair shop and they can't figure it out. No replies to calls, service and product is a waste of a good piece of change. November 4, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by stopped working on 2nd tank of fuel I was excited to get this unit as an upgrade over another kerosene torpedo heater. Worked awesome the first 2 or 3 uses. Then after running out of fuel, the motor was acting like it was seized. The manual is actually pretty good with this unit, and there are instructions for dismantling the pump on the rear of the unit. Dis-assembling and re-assembling the pump freed up the motor. But now the unit won't fire up anymore. It tries to go, but won't light. I've contacted Procom customer service, but no reply. So, after just a few uses this thing is junk. I would avoid this for sure. November 19, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by GARBAGE I'll skip all my complaints about this junk heater and the company that makes it. I'm going to tell you how to get it to work since PROCOM and their terrible customer service wont. If it's not lighting look inside to make sure the glow plug (igniter) is glowing orange when its trying to light. If so, cover the air inlet to the fan 3/4 of the way with a towel or something to restrict the air flow and start it. Should work. Has for me. It would take 10+ tries to get it going. Bad thing...I have to do that every time April 2, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bad product, no customer service Purchased unit and bought 15 gallons of kerosene from store in 5 gallon cans so it was clean fuel. Unit ran about 8 hrs and quit. Tries to ignite but trips out. Went through troubleshooting guide, everything checks out ok per their manual but unit won't light and stay on. Contacted Procom 3 times with no response. When the manufacturer won't respond, that is a bad sign. Avoid this product December 21, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not good This heater has NEVER worked right since the day it was purchased. Called and replaced parts as directed and it still doesn't work. Do NOT buy!!!! January 31, 2015
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