Pilot on water heater is going out when furnace turns on!!!!
I recently had a Goodman Furnace put in. It was a change out. The old one was a Carrier. Every time the furnace kicks on the flame goeas out on my water heater. IT seems like the exaust tube is blowing air down the exaust of the water heater and sucking the flame out. I am baffled please help me....
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check that pilot flame is in contact with the thermocouple the small copper cylinder if not properly burning against adjust if flame is good and the therm/coupl is not covered in soot(wipe clean if has build up)thermocouple gone bad replace
there isnt a pilot if it has jets , it has a Hot surface ignitor. you should see a glow and then the jets light , if its running for a few min it may be overheating, have you changed the filter recently? you should also have a flash code you can locate when the furnace shut off and is no longer doin what its supposed to look thru the bottom door peep hole and watch for a series of red flashes. if you remove the cover after retrieving the flash code there will be a chart on the inside of the cover that will tell you why the furnace is shutting off. by the way the model # you gave is for the A/C coil above the furnace, not the furnace.
Make sure the inducer motor is free of condensation and that all water is able to drain out. Unfortunately your furnace is a lower-grade “builders” model and does not have the same quality of components and workmanship as a Carrier or American Standard furnace. Prior to these failures, It was about 1/2 the price of the units mentioned. And the warranty drops off quickly. You get what you pay for. Contact Goodman to see if they will cover the cost of your parts at 1-877-254-4729 US only. Their own motto is “Quality Makes the Difference”. It sure does.