Question about Heating & Cooling
Make sure that you are holding down the button long enough to heat up the thermocouple before you let go . The thermocouple needs to be hot enough to signal the presence of flame or the gas valve will stop sending gas to the pilot. If you are letting it get hot, but still have the same problem, the unit may have a bad thermocouple. This is the thin copper tube that goes from the gas valve to the pilot.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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