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When the thermostat receives a call for heat the electronic ignition comes on and then the pilot light. The electronic ignition stays on along with the pilot light. The thermostat maximum is 80 degrees. The customer keeps it on 80 degrees. I had to open a door to let some heat out to start the furnace operation.

How can I get the electronic ignition to turn off when the pilot light is on?

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Sounds like dirty flame sensor. You can either clean it orreplace it.

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