Question about Dayton Gas Furnace Heater
Pilot lights but wont stay lit
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: pilot light will not stay lit
Clean the pliot light tube with a Q-Tip and alcohol. Clean 2 inches deep. This will increase the pilot light flame and it will heat up the thermocoupler so it will stay lit.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
Is this a standing pilot furnace, or electronic igniton?
If standing pilot, does the heater use a fan to blow air through the heat exchanger?
If the answer to those questions is yes, then check that the pilot orifice is not partially plugged and that there is a strong pilot blowing against the thermocouple. If there is, replace the thermocouple. If not, check the orifice again, and check that the inlet screen to the gas valve is not filled with gas line trash.
If the the pilot flame is good and it continues to go out, the thermocouple magnet in the gas valve may be weak. Replace the gas valve as to get just the magnet and coil is not easy.
Reply back any questions you may have.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
chech the flame sensor or thermocouple which ever it is equipt with. Sensors can be cleaned by lightly sanding them and therocoulpe's need to be replaced.
Posted on Oct 28, 2011
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