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Thanks for reading this query. I have a Cozy W255E-R mounted wall heater. I was adjusting the theromostat on the wall when the pilot light blew out. Attempts to relight were unsuccessful. I dont know where the match is supposed to go or exactly in which position the black dial is supposed to be to be in lighting position. Unfortunately, I also cant come up with the instruction manuel. If you have any suggestions or a link to the instruction book on line, it would be greatly appreciated.
On the gas valve, look for a marking that indicates "Pilot". If there is no such marking, you do not have a pilot and the system is electronic ignition. Ok so if you find the pilot position, you will be able to turn a know to that position and depress the knob into the gas valve. At the same time you are depressing the knob, look for a red button that snaps when you depress it. This is a Pizo starter. If you do not have this button, look for a viewing port where you can insert a long match. Once you have the knob depressed and the viewing port open if needed) you should be able to light the pilot with the snapper or match. Before you release the knob on the gas valve, sing "Yankee Doodle". This will give the flame enough time to heat up a probe to the proper temperature and the flame should stay on. Button up any port you opened and then turn the gas valve knob to the "On" position.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
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