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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
weak pilot flame: should wrap around therocouple.
blue flame with yellow tip not yellow and lazy.
if flame good replace thermocouple
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
The thermocouple is bad or not aligned properly. It is the metal bar in front of the pilot light. This bar senses the heat
put off by the pilot light. If it does not get hot it will not allow
the gas to flow. You either need to align it so that it is in front of
the pilot light and receives enough heat to allow the gas valve to
operate or possibly the thermocouple has gone bad and needs replacing.
It could also be that you are not waiting long enough. The thermocouple must sense the heat for at least one minute or more before it will let the gas valve turn on. Turn everything to off for at least five minutes. Re-light the pilot light and let it burn for at least one minute and then try turning the knob to on.
Posted on Nov 25, 2010
SOURCE: My pilot light on my
From what you have described there appears to be dust, dirt or pet hair in the pilot or the pilot tubing, as well as the Oxygen Depletion Sensor (ODS). OR your heater may be the wrong gas type. In other words, you have Propane Gas and the heater is a Natural Gas heater (or vise versa). Look for the manufacturers tag on the side or back of the heater. It will tell you the model number, serial number and gas type. Even with this, on rare occasions, the manufacturer's plate may be incorrect. The only way to be sure is to remove the front cover of the heater and look at the control valve. It should be marked LPG or NG.
Posted on Jan 28, 2011
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