Question about Water Heaters
It is a natural gas water heater. Once lit it starts to flutters and after about 5-10 seconds it goes out. Plenty of gas because it is hooked into the pipe line.
One of the proper ways to light a gas water heater, is to turn the black knob to Pilot, put a match to the end of the pilot light, while holding the match there, push the red reset button down and hold the match & the reset button down for one full minute. Then, release the reset button and turn the black knob to On. This should keep the pilot light on.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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