Question about Heating & Cooling
You can remove the pilot assembly and blow air thru it and then run a small piece of wire thru it
At the same time wipe the thermocouple end that you took out real good up and down on your jeans .That end has lead on it and that can become corroded so it does not get a good signal
clean the other end with a real fine sandpaper or a new not wet brillo pad
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Simply clean out the jet tube with a fine wire, the sound you hear is the gas blowing by the irregular edges, and swirling and not mixing and producing sound waves, (Bit like a flute) So, you need to clean the tube right out, and smooth off the end again, & sorta "Countersink", Flame the end too, at the end.use a very fine needle file, and make it look like new, that will sort your problem out. Then adjust so you have a good gas flow. Also check out it isn't blocked too.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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