Question about Rheem 36" Water Heater Thermocouple Kit
I changed the thermocouple, but it does not work, the pilot light still goes out,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Why do you think the regulator has anything to do with the thermo-couple?if its not the thermo-couple its the flame sensor,you failed to give me the model number of the heater.when does the pilot go out.If its when the gas valve opens its the sensor.
Posted on Mar 17, 2010
1) Get more air to the water heater and see if problem continues.
2) Read the following pdf-s for things that might apply to your situation.
3) Read pdfs above first, and then Add a comment with missing information below, for possible do-it-yourself help.
Does this water heater have a blower?
Is gas valve electronic? Or does gas valve have a dial?
If gas valve is electronic, have you checked outlet with circuit analyzer?
Did pilot light work correctly for a while? If so how long?
Where is water heater located? Hot attic? Closet? Garage? Is area dirty and dusty? Has air intake been cleaned?
What color is pilot flame? Clear blue or yellow-or-orange?
Have you inspected inside of combustion chamber for dripping water?
Posted on Aug 29, 2011
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