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Thrid burner on my heater keeps going out and shuting the heater off

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If it's a heater that runs on LP gas, or Natural gas, the two most likely causes are a partially blocked orifice, or the gas pressure is too low to supply adequate fuel to three burners.  Another problem might be a faulty supply valve, the one you turn to light one, two, or three burners.  Check to make sure the valve is turned all the way to the proper position to fuel the third burner.

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