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Larry N.

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If you're talking about the switch on the heater itself, that turns off electric and has nothing to do with propane or flame. If it's a different switch then that depends on what it's wired to, but may be flame related. But you didn't state your problem well enough for me to follow, so perhaps a little more info on your problem -- or maybe someone can read between the lines.
 

Isaac-1

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I agree, it sounds like you have an SW6DE which also has a 120VAC electric heating element, not not just the propane only SW6D with Electronic ignition, or the SW6 which is the basic pilot light model.
 

Rene T

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Ya eventually you’ll fix the problem by throwing parts into it without knowing what the real culprit is. If you give us more details we may be able to save you a bunch of money unless if money is not a issue and grows on trees in your back yard. 🤣😅😅
 

Hornnumb2

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Small flame burning here while gas power switch is off
 

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