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Pilot won't stay lit

The furnace keeps going out if the little door where you light the pilot is closed. We have changed the thermocoupler twice and after a week or two this happens again. Can see smoke coming from the flu.

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Either you are haveing a backdraft situation or your furnace heat exchanger is cracked, What I woulc reccommend is to have a professtioal service technician checkout your furnace for a cracked heat exchanger. Thanks.

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Pretty much the only thing that will do that is the thermocouple not generating enough voltage for the valve to say it's OK.
Usually you need to hold the button for pilot lighting for 60 seconds. You can use a meter to check that it's generating enough power. The thermocouple has to be in the pilot flame properly.

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Sounds like the thermocouple is shot

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Try cleaning the thermocouple tip if you can see ashes or any buildup on it. If you know the wind isn't blowing it out (had mine blow out from high winds before) then I would change the thermocouple before anything else.

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Thermocouple keeps the pilot lit.
Thermopile keeps the burner lit.
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The pilot assembly may need cleaned out and the orifice cleaned, also the gas valve may need to be replaced, to check for proper voltage from the thermocouple you need a flame source and it takes a meter that can register DC milliamps, and should be 350 to 750 millivolts. Heat the thermocouple with the pilot or other flame source and check, if OK, gas valve is weak.

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