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I'm looking for a replacement thernocouple for a Deville Propane stove model #5555
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ritetemp propane log
your pilot assy is clogged, disassemble the pilot assy completely and inspect the orifice. there should be a tiny pinhole in the end of the orifice, clean well with small wire brush and reassemble, don't forget to clean the thermocouple while you have the assy out.
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
SOURCE: Reddy propane heater RLP100
Try a little longer, sometimes it takes a full minute to heat the thermocouple. Check and make sure thermocouple is in flame. If all this is ok. then your going to have to change the valve.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
SOURCE: my rinnai 556fa propane heater
I had the identical trouble with my Rinnai 431F just now & read the unanswered posts.
I checked my intake & exhaust & found them connected & intact then went out to check the exterior vent assembly. The "bell" or dome was almost entirely clogged with ice.
I suspect the 60 - 76 lights flashing means insufficient combustion air.
Anyway, I took a hair dryer to it & in 10 minutes it was working as well as ever.
This won't help you October posters but if anyone else has this problem in the future I would start with the outside vent assembly. Get a good look right up inside because I would have missed this ice if I didn't get up close with a flashlight.
Here's a good source for manuals too...
I'm going back to bed.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
I have a Rinnai Ventless heater hooked up to a 20 lb propane cly with a Moble home type regulator in line, and when I light it the pilot light lights and stays on. When I turn it to the heat position the pilot light go's out and that it!
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
Unfortunately it's not uncommon to have to hold that pilot for what seems like forever to get that air out now. I usually hold pilot and wait 5-10 seconds or so in between trying to ignite. I've had some that people have spent a half hour trying, and I walk in and it lights for me first try. ha-ha, Like I was magic or something, then I've had others where I've spent 10-15 minutes, and was ready to give up for a while and come back, but tried it once more, and away it went. Trying to get lots of air through that small pilot takes patience. I have another way to do it too, but It's better I don't tell you that procedure yet.
How long have you held it on pilot so far?
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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It sounds like your propane line is obstructed or your igniter has failed. If your igniter has failed, the propane will not flow until a heat source, from your igniter, has heated a sensor to let the unit know to allow propane to flow. If the propane line is obstructed, it is probably a spider web or eggs from an insect. A pipe cleaner is the best way to remove these obstructions. It would be advisable to have a qualified technician look at your unit.
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