Question about Heating & Cooling
Clean the jet of the gas supply. Clean off the pilot light jet. Clean the tips of the igniter. Carefully clean all of those things with a little rubbing alcohol. Make sure the pilot jet is not clogged!
Posted on Jan 13, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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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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