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SOURCE: Too much flame on Rinnai Pilot light

On the end of the old pilot tubing there should be a small part. This "oriface" would have been inserted inside the pilot assembley in the same hole that the pilot tube screwed into. This small oriface has an extremley small hole in the end that reduces or restricts the gas pressure down to the low volume needed for a pilot flame. I bet that when you removed the old pilot tubing this oriface fell on the floor and rolled under the furnace. Find it, clean it and reinsert it. You will be fine. If you cannot locate it. You will need to buy a new pilot assembly. They come with a new oriface already installed.
Good luck..........

Posted on May 09, 2009

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SOURCE: NO HOT WATER N THE PILOT NOT LIGHTING UP

The thermocouple has gone bad.The thermocouple needs to be directly in the pilot flame.When the thermocouple goes out,the flame most of the time will have burned the thermocouple tip a way.If it was not for this devise,the gas would exscape,and fill the home up.This is a safety feature.

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SOURCE: The pilot light on the Rinnai gets blocked with

the heater needs service /cleaning along with the pilot to findout why this carbons up

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the heater needs service /cleaning along with the pilot to findout why this carbons up

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The thermocouple has gone bad.The thermocouple needs to be directly in the pilot flame.When the thermocouple goes out,the flame most of the time will have burned the thermocouple tip a way.If it was not for this devise,the gas would exscape,and fill the home up.This is a safety feature.

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Too much flame on Rinnai Pilot light


On the end of the old pilot tubing there should be a small part. This "oriface" would have been inserted inside the pilot assembley in the same hole that the pilot tube screwed into. This small oriface has an extremley small hole in the end that reduces or restricts the gas pressure down to the low volume needed for a pilot flame. I bet that when you removed the old pilot tubing this oriface fell on the floor and rolled under the furnace. Find it, clean it and reinsert it. You will be fine. If you cannot locate it. You will need to buy a new pilot assembly. They come with a new oriface already installed.
Good luck..........

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When was the last time you cleaned the pilot? In your owners manual there is a cleaning procedure. If you can't find the manual, go to www.rinnai.us. You may be able to download one from their site.

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