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Pilot no heat where is the gas pilot

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According to the model number its an electric dryer so the is no pilot. todays GAS dryers do not have pilots anyway. there is a globar that heats up and then the gas comes on, passing over the hot globar causing the gas to ignite

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check to make sure that the poilet lite flame is touching the tip or top of the thermocouple.
the pilot lite needs to heat up the thermocouple so that the thermocouple opens the gas to the main gas log. a cold thermocouple shuts off the gas to the main gas log or gas burner and a hot thermocouple opens the gas to the main burner.
the pilot lite flame must be touching the thermocouple to heat it up.
pilot lite orface needs to be clear to let the pilot flame gas through with enough pressure so that the little flame can reach & touch the thermocouple. Pilot lite gas feed tube must be clear to let gas through. Use compressed air or a fine sewing needle, or even carb cleaner to clear out orface hole and gas feed line to pilot lite.

important!! WARNING:
if you use carb cleaner,make sure all the carb cleaner is dry,soaked up with paper towell or kleanex tissue and blowed out with compressed air , because carb cleaner can burn just like gasoline; so any carb cleaner must be compleatly gone before you attempt to lite the pilot lite.

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The pilot light on the oven is on how ever the burner will not come on when the oven is turned up.


Hello,
Their is 2 possible things that are causing the oven to not heat.

1) the pilot burner is clogged with build up and not burning corretly...the standing pitol light is small and when the oven is turned on the pilot enlarges and heats a small bulb connected to a tube on a gas valve,if the pilot burner is clogged it will burn the small pilot but will not enlarge to heat that bulb so the gas will flow to the main burner.If that is whats happening the pilot burner needs to be replaced.

2) the pilot burner is properly heating the bulb connected to the above mentioned gas valve but that gas valve is bad and not opening once the pilot has heated the bulb..so in that case that gas valve would need to be replaced


GENE

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Was flooded. removed pilot/thermalcoupling. cleaned out pilot with air. pilot lit and is burning, but wont call for gas or heat to come on.....reset thermasat to lowest setting. turn up thermasat still no...


Any gas appliance that has been submerged or subjected to water, should be inspected by a certified gas heating technician. It's not a DIY project. In my own personal experience of having been in the supplemental gas heating appliance business for 15 years, 95% of all gas appliances that have been submerged in water are not safely salvageable. It's the unseen, that can come back to bite you.

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After heating pilot goes out . my igniter is bad so i light manually and after heating main burner shuts off and so does pilot


The thermocouple that controls the gas to the pilot light must be bad. The thermocouple, when it is heated by the pilot light keeps a valve open that keeps gas flowing to the the pilot light. This thermocouple closes the valve that supplies gas to the pilot light, this is to prevent gas from continuing to escape when the pilot light goes out. This is a safety issue, I recommend that you call a professional about this problem. You might be able to repair it your self by replacing the thermocouple but I still recommend that you have it checked by a professional.

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My honeywell gas suspended garage heater will not come on when the t'stat calls for heat. It is a heat only unit and neither the fan nor the blower motor will come on. The Heater is getting power to it...


The pilot light has to be lit before gas valve will operate. That's a safety feature so the valve won't open and fill the garage with gas and possibly cause an explosion or fire. If you have a standing pilot and can't get pilot to stay lit, it's usually the thermocouple and it will need to be replaced. Once the pilot is lit, the gas valve comes on and heats the combustion chamber up to approx. 100° to 125° a thermostat controlled fan switch will close and bring the blower on.

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Hi there. Soon as the pilot switches off (will still be red hot but fade away rapidly) the gas valve should turn on. (make sure gas supply is on) If valve doesn't turn on, check sensor located very near pilot element.
When the sensor "feels" the heat of the pilot, it switches the pilot off and the gas valve on.
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My pilot light will light, but will not stay lit? I have a gas whirpool water heater aprox 1 1/2 years old.Thisis the first time we have encountered any problems with our appliance.


Once the flame has struck it heats up a thermocouple that in turn holds the gas valve open

It is a safety measure in case the flame blows out and the gas keeps on coming.

Sometimes the end of the thermocouple gets dirty and a scrub with a fine emery board does the trick

If not it is a new part (They are not that expensive)

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The heater in my central heating is not getting turn on but the fresh air and cooling is getting turn on


Check the pilot light.Older standing pilot systems use thermocouples to verify the pilot is burning before the gas valve opens.If the pilot wont stay lit replace the thermocouple.
Newer systems light the pilot.On a call for heat the igniter lights the pilot. When the heat is verified the gas valve opens . Some systems use an circuit board with flashing led lights to help troubleshooting.

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Pilot goes out after heating cycle


Check regulator on the unit.
Check pilot unit on the heater
use soapy water to check for leaks if see bubbles turn off main gas supply valve.
always turn off gas supply before any checks or repairs are made
when all else failes call your local gas provider to check heater and gas supply

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