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Old 08-19-2010, 05:51 PM   #1
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burner full on or nothing?

took apart my wall furnace and thoroughly cleaned it on my 59 overlander. now it has a nice blue flame all the way across the burner. only problem is I cannot adjust the heat down very much without killing it.

If I have it on 100% flame and then turn the adjust knob the flame reduces to about 80% and then the flame goes out.

was hoping I could adjust the flame down to 30% or so so I'm not boiling hot with the furnace on or freezing with the furnace off.

any thoughts?
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