Question about Fisher and Paykel GWL11 Top Load Washer
Pilot went out. While attempting to re-light it, it stayed on as long as the shaft was depressed (more than two minutes). When the depression was relaxed, the pilot went out...tried it three times. Is the pilot too low? It did not seem low. Can the strength of the flame be increased? It's two feet below floor level.
Change the flame sensor (Thermocouple) Then go ahead and fire it up. If the flame sensor is not sensing the flame you will be able to light the pilot then everything will shut off. There is a way to agjust the pilot but 99.9% of the time the adjustment is ok, Specially with a floor furnace so change the thermocouple and you will be ok. You can get one at Ace, Home Depot Lowes, or a local appliance store
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
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