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There is not any gas getting to the pilot light even gas is getting to the the heater.

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My first thought is that you have no gas! Check this by loosening the supply connections to the heater until you smell no gas. Then work backward till you find the obstruction.

Posted on Nov 07, 2008

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Heater serial # 3687823 was working fine then just stopped. cant get it to light now


if the pilot lights when held but wont stay lit, the thermocouple is shot, local hardware stores sell universal thermocouples. self explanatory to replace. if even when pressing the button the pilot doesn't light there is a blockage in the gas line or control valve. that needs a pro to fix.

Mar 16, 2014 | Procom Heating & Cooling

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I can't get the pilot light to light. The heater hasn't been operated for 6 months. I have gas at the heater. I have followed the instructions implicitly.


Hi,
The gas in the line may be stale or there is air in the line... make sure you have purged the line enough to get the good gas to the pilot...
Then check the pilot orifice...this is a very, very small hole in the part that the gas is to come out of....
Taking the pilot assembly can be very tricky and the hole is so small that even a small dust particle will plug it up....

Your problem is one of these two things... and yes it can be totally frustrating to work on this stuff!!

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Jan 21, 2011 | Water Heaters

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Have dayton heater,model #4LX41A heater comes on,pilot lights but no gas ignition ? Already cleaned injectors, and made sure i have gas. Mike M.


try cleaning the thermocouple or even replacing it because if the thermocoulple doens't sense the pilot light then it won't open the gas valve.

Jan 24, 2010 | Dayton (4LX41) Heater

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I have an older monterey wall heater that is gas that wont seem to light. I cant even get the gas to start from the pilot can you help me?


You could have a plugged pilot line. You will need to get to the gas valve and shut the gas supply off. Once you did that, unscrew the pilot line that supplies gas to the pilot assembly. You can then turn on the gas supply and rotate the pilot knob to the pilot setting. Depress the knob into the gas valve. You should be able to smell and hear the gas come out of the hole where you unscrewed the pilot line. Don't do this with a cigarette in your face. Once you verify you have gas, release the knob and shut off the gas supply. Take a can of air and blow thru the pilot tube, first from the pilot assembly in the heater then from the open end of the pipe. Replace the pilot tube making sure you don't cross thread the fitting. Tighten well. Again turn on the gas supply, spray or rub some soapy water on the fitting you tightened, depress the knob and hold it. The soap will bubble up if there is a leak. Fix it. Now light the pilot.

Jan 20, 2010 | Heating & Cooling

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Do not know how to start pilot light


There should be instructions on the inside of the heater access door. Make sure you are comfortable working with gas heaters. Make sure the shutoff valve supplying gas to the heater is on. Turn the gas valve to "pilot", press and hold it while attempting to light the pilot. Once the pilot is lit, continue holding the gas valve knob down for about 30 seconds. The pilot should stay lit once you release the knob. If the pilot stay lit, turn the gas valve to "on". Replace the heater access door and make sure you have proper water flow and attempt to light the heater. If it will not light, or the pilot will not stay on, you will probably have to replace the pilot generator. It provides voltage to run the heater and after time it wears out and produces less and less voltage. A millivolt heater runs on less than one volt so any power loss can be a problem. If you are able, test the pilot generator with a multimeter to see if you are getting at least 500mv when the pilot is on. If not, you should replace the pilot generator or even the entire pilot assembly. Hope this helps...

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The pilot light will not stay lit to light the heater.


The power pile (pilot generator) is defective. It produces a milivolt signal to ensure to keep the gas valve open. If it goes bad, the valve thinks the pilot is out, even when you are holding the button down, so when you release the button, it shuts the gas off to prevent excess gas buildup and a possible explosion.

Sep 10, 2009 | Coleman (5040B750) Patio Heater

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Charmglow Patio Heater


The yhernocoupler would snuff the pilot if bad. What ignites the overhead burners? and what regulates the overhead gas supply? Look into this. Too much gas will not light as easily as proper balance gas and air. Even more so in a tower type heater.. Turn the gas on low and the pilot should grab it. Good luck

Jun 05, 2009 | Coleman (5040B750) Patio Heater

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Vulcan freeloader hot water heater


Could be moisture in the gas supply line - get your gas fitter to purge the line at the meter.

Jul 08, 2008 | Heating & Cooling

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