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Try tapping firmly on the gas valve while it is trying to open. If it ignites, you will definately need a new gas valve in the near future (but this little trick might get you by for a while). If not, try using a meter, to make sure you are getting 24v to the gas valve. If you are getting 24v to the gas valve and it is not opeining, you have a bad gas valve. If you are not getting 24v to the gas valve, you have a different problem like a bad transformer, ignition box, or circuit board.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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