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My furnace pilot light will not light this is an automatic lighting furnace there's been a little water from the evaporator that leaked down into it you can see a little rust forming please let me kno

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You need to replace the Pilot sensor

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How to Light a Furnace Pilot Light Here, we'll explain the basic steps for re-lighting the pilot light of a gas furnace.

#1: Locate the Instructions Label on Your Furnace

Every furnace should have a label on it that tells you how to light a furnace. Sometimes, however, the printing may be small or the furnace area may be dark. In these cases, the label may be difficult to read. Keeping the following instructions near your furnace or in another safe spot where they can be located easily will make the task much easier.

#2: Find Pilot Light and Components

Near the bottom of your furnace is a switch that normally says "Pilot," "On" and "Off." Find this switch and turn it to the "Off" position. Wait at least five minutes. This is important because it gives the gas time to dissipate, which is necessary to avoid possibly starting a fire. While you are waiting, take note of the location of the reset button, which should be near the dial you just turned to "Off."

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Once the gas has had time to dissipate, turn the knob to "Pilot." Then, hold down the "Reset" button and bring the flame of a long lighter close to the pilot light opening. This should light the furnace pilot light. Once you are sure the pilot light is on, release your pressure on the reset button.
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There is a thermocouple "wire" that is supposed to be touching the pilot flame.
The thermocouple senses a flame (hot) and allows the heater to operate. If the thermocouple does not sense that the pilot is on, then it will not allow the furnace to operate.
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The air from the fan should not be blowing through the same cxavity that the pilot is in.
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