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BURNERS WONT LITE
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The problem is with the thermocouple.... this is the metal thing that the pilot flame hits when it is burning....if the flame is not hitting it then it does not get hot enough...
make sure the flame is hitting it....if not then adjust the hood over the flame to get it on the thermocouple...
If it is hitting it then replace the thermocouple....for that heater though the thermo is probably and OEM part and may have to be bought from the manufacturer...
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
I would suspect not. It's very, very rare for a control valve to go bad, unless someone tried to force it to urn with a pair of pliers or something similar.
If you have provided annual service to the heater, it's probably just residual gas remaining in the burners. To test this theory, turn the flames down to low and then turn the burner OFF. Do the burners and the pilot light go out? If it doesn't, you'll be that rare consumer that needs the Control Valve replaced.
Just to help you out a little bit more. I have provided a link to the Owners Manual for your heater. It's in a downloadable, printable, pdf format.
Hope this helps. Please let me know.
Posted on Feb 07, 2011
SOURCE: hello i have a williams
What you have is a Direct Vent, Gas WALL Heater. It is normally mounted about 6" off the floor on an exterior wall (since it has to be direct vented out). Not sure what the red and white wires are for, but suspect it's for the optional thermostatically controlled blower connection.
In any event, to help you install this heater properly, I have included a link to the Owner/Installation Manual, which should provide all the information you need to complete the installation correctly.
You can download and print the manual for future reference.
Posted on Feb 26, 2011
Hello, if the burners light but do not stay on for more than 10 seconds, I would clean the flame sensor. The flame sensor is a metal rod that is on the opposite side of the Igniter, sometimes it gets coated by oxidation and does not sense the burner flame and shuts the Furnace down. To clean to kill power to tje furnace, remove flame sensor and clean with a steel wool, then reinstall and start Furnce back up. If this does not work then most likely the Igniter is too weak to ignite the gas and will have ro be replaced.
Posted on Oct 30, 2012
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