Question about Procom QL300TYLA Heater
Be sure and hold down the button long enough for all the air to excit the line especially when new or after an extended time of nonuse. Also after haing not been used for awhile lint will build up around the pilot blow it out good with compressed air . Or after all that it could be a faulty Thermo couple.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
It has a thermo-couple that lets the gas valve know that the pilot light is on. If it does not get the heat signal to the valve, it will not turn on the gas. The end of the thermo-couple has to be in the flame of the pilot, and tight on the other end, and must be tight on the other end.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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