Question about Williams 1403622 Gas Compact Heater
New Wall Furnace. I connected the thermostat and tried lighting the pilot light. Held pilot button in for a minute or more and it still goes out when I release the button. Tried many times. I see thermocouple replacement mentioned many times here on this board but this unit is brand new. Can the wiring I did for the Thermostat have anything to do with it?
Thanks for any help
The low voltage wiring and the thermostat has noting to do with the pilot function of the wall furnace, check to see if when you have the pilot lit manually, while holding the button in does the flame impinge on the thermocouple and does the flame try to wrap around the thermocouple? if not the thermocouple and pilot flame need to be adjusted so that it impinges on the TC, if it does have a good flame impingment, then you probably have a bad TC from the factory, call them and have them send you a new one if still under warrenty.
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