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Gas valve won't turn on

We had the model 36C03 running, and we adjusted the regulator to increase the flow, and cycled the valve, and then it stopped working. We tried putting it back to the original settings, and cycling the power multiple times, but it still doesn't work. Any suggestions?

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Have you tested for power at the gas valve or transformer

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It is definitely with the compressor. It should more like you may have a weak winding in the compressor, you can a hard start capacitor (sp5 ) that will help the compressor on restart. Note that this is a last chance solution for a compressor.








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Hello, I read your problem and I believe both problems are related, but good news is I believe a pretty low cost fix and pretty simple solution. Sense your unit is 15 years old, I believe your gas valve is waring out. the reason is it shutting down is your gas valve is not functioning correct which is throwing off your thermostat. Yes it is possible this is a combination of bad thermostat, but i would first replace valve then next thermostat. You might think it is igniter, because it will start on second try, but I believe reason it is starting on second try is gas valve is not opening fully, like slow to open as it is hanging up or just plain wore out. Thanks mike.

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