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So you have an old Force 10 heater - Read On:
The company "Force Heaters" made diesel, kerosene and propane models of the original "Force 10" heater. Dickinson (who also owns Sig Marine) bought out the Force Heaters and now makes a version of the original Force 10 to their own specs - called the "Cozy Cabin Heater".
The Cozy Cabin Heater is available now only in propane. If you own an original Force 10 Heater (there will be a badge on the heater saying "Force 10") and you have issues with the burner, regardless of fuel, then you will be limited to upgrading to the New Propane Burner Assembly that fits both the Force 10 and the Cozy Cabin Heater. Regrettably, there are no burner parts available for the original Force 10 heaters.
Does the conversion kit include all the safety features such as, CO shut off features as the original propane heater? kit # 156517
Submitted by: Drake Diesel
The Cozy Cabin Propane Conversion Kit comes equipped with a thermocouple which will shut the flow of fuel off if the flame goes out. It is also equipped with an 02 sensor which will cause the flame to go out should oxygen levels in the cabin drop.
Thank-you for your excellent advice and help in talking me into converting my force ten heater kerosene to a propane heater. Used it this COLD winter and was very happy. Thanks Dave Walker for your advice.