Question about Heating & Cooling
The fire is held clear of the jet by the fact that the gas is coming out too fast for the flame to burn back to the jet
when you turn the gas off then the flame burns back all of the residual gas
Best have it checked out by an accredited gas mechanic.
Posted on May 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounds like the regulator. there isn't much of anything left to go wrong! the gas comes out of a very small orifice in the burner tube and mixes with atmospheric air before being burned at the jet.
Posted on Feb 03, 2008
you probably need to adjust the primary air mixture. There should be shutters on the front of the burner assy. If this does not correct the problem you may have dirty burners themselves. you could remove the burners and drag a wire brush across them to clean. but do not drills the openings unless you use a r&m bit
Posted on May 30, 2008
test thermosat for proper operation ie-broken wire-power if good jump stat and check if unit goes on if it does than stat internal problem or wiring problem and needs replacement or repair --if stat good check fan safety/high limit sensor if good would need to check and test thermocouple thats the tube that the pilot flame burns on may be enough to keep pilot burning but not enough to open valve for heat demand
Posted on May 31, 2010
Hello Try looking for a tiny TAN colored (button) near the front of the burner rack.It will have a wire in & out of it.In the middle there is a small tab/button.Push that in you will hear a click.That is the rollout switch.Check the vent/exaust pipe for blockage/draft to determine the cause of the switch tripping.The switch is a SAFTEY and repeated trips means there is a problem.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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