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Reddy Heater 30,000 BTU Blue Flame Dual-Fuel Wall Heater with Blower
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Reddy Heater

30,000 BTU Blue Flame Dual-Fuel Wall Heater with Blower

  • Gas appliances are the least expensive form of supplemental heat
  • No electricity required; Great during power outages
  • 30,000 BTU Blue Flame with thermometer heats up to 1,000 sq. ft.
$298.00 /each

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The Reddy Heater Blue Flame Dual-Fuel Heater with Blower delivers 30,000 BTUs and offers an easy way to add extra heat to your home. With a versatile, dual-fuel design that lets you choose between liquid propane and natural gas, the heater warms up to 1000 sq. ft. using an easy push-button start with no electricity required, making it a great choice during power outages. The thermostat allows you to maintain and control the desired room temperature, while the oxygen depletion sensor features an automatic shut-off design to keep your home safe.

  • 30,000 BTUs offer ample heat
  • Heats up to 1,000 sq. ft. to keep your living area comfortable
  • Push-button piezo ignition eliminates the need for matches or batteries to ignite; great during power outages
  • Oxygen depletion sensor includes automatic shutoff safety feature
  • 99.9% energy efficient with no electricity required
  • Dual-fuel design gives you the option of operating on either liquid propane or natural gas
  • Includes wall mounting hardware, floor mount base and a built-in blower for added comfort
  • Off-white color easily blends with most home decor
  • Certified to ANSI standards for safe, clean-burning heat
  • Emberglow vent free installation kit (model EVFIK) is required for complete installation
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Pilot light won't stay lit after I let go of the knob

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January 18, 2016
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Same issue here on my second defective unit. If I bump the unit with my palm near the gas valve it stays lit. Bump it again the pilot goes out. Manufacture states unit is defective. I am returning as I believe this unit is dangerous at this point from a quality perspective.
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Denver, Colorado
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January 4, 2016
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Due to the fact that the gas to the house was shut off for a couple of hours, it took us 1-2 minutes holding the pilot down to get it to ignite.
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November 22, 2015
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Try holding the knob down longer 30 seconds or more
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November 4, 2015
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There are a couple of possible problems: first the thermocouple has to get warm so hold the start for at least 30 seconds after the pilot lights, then try to turn up the flame. Have the gas company check your gas pressure after you have made sure the valve is turned completely on both inside and outside your house. Lastly, if the unit is new, make sure you are attached to the correct inlet in the back of Read More
There are a couple of possible problems: first the thermocouple has to get warm so hold the start for at least 30 seconds after the pilot lights, then try to turn up the flame. Have the gas company check your gas pressure after you have made sure the valve is turned completely on both inside and outside your house. Lastly, if the unit is new, make sure you are attached to the correct inlet in the back of the unit. If they all prove to be good, then you have a faulty unit. Read Less
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I see nothing in the specifications about a "blower", it is only stated in the title. Please confirm there is a blower?

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September 21, 2016
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yes it has a blower
however on auto it only works if you have it on 3 or higher
I set mine on 2 at night and it wont kick on have called about it and told the unit needs to so hot for it to come on
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November 3, 2015
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Well Jarhead ( I am a PI swamp rat from 75) the blower comes on either while heating or all the time if you set the switch that way. But you need an electrical outlet within 4 feet to use it.
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November 2, 2015
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Yes this unit has a blower.
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It has a blower that can be plugged in, it can be used with or without blower being plugged in to wall outlet.
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Is the thermostat automatic?

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I know it has the standard low, med, high, but is there also an automatic thermostat?
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July 6, 2016
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The control knob has a range from 0-5 which controls flame height and heat output. Once you set the knob to a desired temperature, the thermostat raises or lowers the flame as the room heats up or cools off.
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Yes the thermostat is automatic, so the heat/flames come on and off to maintain the temperature you set. The issue we actually found is that even the lowest setting (1) is still pretty high and the heater stays on more than we wanted. It really seems like there needs to be a lower setting. Even on setting 1 or 2 the heater is on quite a bit. I guess you might be able to move the thermostat probe closer Read More
Yes the thermostat is automatic, so the heat/flames come on and off to maintain the temperature you set. The issue we actually found is that even the lowest setting (1) is still pretty high and the heater stays on more than we wanted. It really seems like there needs to be a lower setting. Even on setting 1 or 2 the heater is on quite a bit. I guess you might be able to move the thermostat probe closer to the flames to get it to go on less but we didn't try that. Read Less
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July 4, 2016
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No ,There is no automatic thermostate.
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Are there any guides to hook this heater up to a Propane Tank

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This heater is made for natural gas or Liquid propane. If you have looked you will see there is 2 pilots on the stove.one is for natural gas & the other is for Liquid Propane.I Read The Manual, This is what it says CHECK GAS TYPE
Be sure your gas supply is right for your heater.
Otherwise, call dealer where you bought
the heater for proper type heater. you can look on Home Depots page right where the
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This heater is made for natural gas or Liquid propane. If you have looked you will see there is 2 pilots on the stove.one is for natural gas & the other is for Liquid Propane.I Read The Manual, This is what it says CHECK GAS TYPE
Be sure your gas supply is right for your heater.
Otherwise, call dealer where you bought
the heater for proper type heater. you can look on Home Depots page right where the heaters are and it will tell you a lot more.
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You have a book,or you can look it up online. No,The Heater is made for natural gas or bottle gas. should not be any problems.
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February 15, 2016
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I would recommend downloading the instruction manual for all guidelines. For propane, it must be a minimum of 100lb tank and you must have an external regulator.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 87 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BEST HEATER I HAVE EVER OWNED!! I Love My New 30,000 BTU BLUE FLAME DUAL-FUEL WALL HEATER WITH BLOWER. It Works Great. It has legs with it but i put mine on the wall. very easy to hook up.I would Recommend this heater to anyone.I saw a post where a man said the stove would not stay on,the pilot light would keep going out. your gas is turned to high or you have air in your gas. i went through the same thing a few times. I got it figured out and I Love My Heater!! March 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Received but not hooked up We bought this heater after having a 17.000 BTU one. Looking forward to getting it hooked up. Hoping it works just as well as the other one! September 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by No Go! Got 2 and 1st one worked for 1/2 day. Then we shut it off & it never would start again. Second one never worked at all. Returned! Also, markings on knobs wore off in 1 day so you couldn't see where you had it set. July 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love it! Couldn't of gotten it at a better time. Its quiet and keeps our room comfortable. Would highly recommend it. March 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This product can be used even if electric goes out. Also has a can't This gas heater heats up the house quickly. With 30,000 btu I have peace of mind that it will do the job. What's nice is you get close and feel the warmth while you are warming up the house. It is outstanding in the way it heats. I don't smell fumes either. Anybody that has gas in their house should have one! Also looks nice. March 2, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Heater This is a great heater & very reasonably priced. Puts out plenty of heat, was easy to install & start-up. Other reviews mention offensive smell. It only put out ordor for a brief time when first lit. I guess it was paint & maybe some residue on heater from manufacturing. After about 10-15 minutes the smell dissipated & now the heater runs great with no noticable odor. I bought this heater to use up the rest of the propane in my tank while waiting for natural gas to be installed at the house. I ran the unit for about 2 to 3 weeks on propane. It is vey economical (it ran for three days after the gauge on the propane tank read empty!) I then converted it over to natural gas. The conversion from LP Gas (Propane) to Natural Gas was very easy (took about 2 minutes). The heater fired right back up after the switch-over. It is a little noisy. You can hear the gas flow from the valve & the fan is also a little noisy but not that offensive. You can turn the fan off if you want & the heater still puts out alot of heat. February 14, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not good I do not recommend product it leaked gas and had to return it March 22, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by not satisfied Exhaust, smell, is, strong.Unvented, does,not, work, well, at, all. Flint, starter, broke, after2 weeks. Very, dissatisfied. March 3, 2016
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