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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: How to reset vent safety switch
the reset is at the top left side of the furnace. take the cover off n press the red button. the switch could be failing but CHECK drafting through the furnace. hold a flame at the top of the furnace n make sure its pulling inward. u could have a blocked vent pipe or vent cap which will cause excessive heat n tip the safety switch. good luck!
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
Might need some more information to determine the exact problem, but our guys at ComfortGurus.com might be able to help. Feel free to call them at 866-519-2461 or visit our website at www.comfortgurus.com at send us an e-mail. We also have the full line of Williams parts and equipment if you end up needing to replace any parts on the furnace. Please contact us and let's see if we can get the problem resolved!
Posted on Oct 19, 2010
The problem is with the thermocouple.... this is the metal thing that the pilot flame hits when it is burning....if the flame is not hitting it then it does not get hot enough...
make sure the flame is hitting it....if not then adjust the hood over the flame to get it on the thermocouple...
If it is hitting it then replace the thermocouple....for that heater though the thermo is probably and OEM part and may have to be bought from the manufacturer...
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
The thermocouple is bad and needs to be replaced...
The thermocouple is the copper rod that sticks up into the pilot flame and then screws into the gas valve...
they are sold by lentgh so you need to measure the old one when you go to buy a replacement...
Posted on Jan 06, 2011
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