Question about Lite On Laars Lite 2 Heaters: 250,000BTU MV Heater
BAd flame sensor. It is not sending communication to the gas valve to tell it to light due to the fact that it is not sensing flame. Your model also might be called a pilot generator and not a pilot sensor
Posted on May 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The thermocoupler is bad.Replace it,or if you can adjust it to where the thermocoupler is in the pilot flame.You know you have to hold the knob down for about 30 seconds or a minute,don`t you?If the flame will not touch the thermocoupler,it will not stay lit.You can cut a piece of copper tubing,or steel tubing to slidde over the old thermocoupler to make contact with the pilot flame,and it will work,if the thermocoupler is not in to bad of shape.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
Sounds like a weak thermocouple. With the extra heat of the main burner running it can keep the pilot solenoid open...without it it fails shut. Try replacing the thermocouple. (small rod the pilot flame burns against with a skinny copper tube going to gas valve).
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
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