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Williams gravity vented wall furnance - where is the pilot?

Hi..we are freezing at home and trying to light our furnace..we don't know where the pilot is..any suggestions..

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Its in the bottom of the heater behind the vent cover . I don't know where you are but your local gas utility will come out and lite this for free.

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The pilot goes out when the heater cycles


The thermocouple is not working correctly. sometimes you can clean the soot build up from it and it will work again. sometimes they just need replacing. the thermocouple is what the pilot light flame heats up when you turn on the heater. when the thermocouple gets hot it sends a 20 to 60 millivolt signal to the gas valve to activate the gas flow to the main burner.

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Chimney type wall furnace. The furnace won't start However after switch was off for a couple hours and turn on the switch it started. What is a possible problem?


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That hole should only be a problem, if a strong draft comes thru and blows the pilot out. But that hole may also be for match lighting the pilot in an emergency. The older models like yours, had that feature. Check it closely, before you decide to block off the hole.

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Hello i have a williams wall Furnace model#25-35-50. I need to know if its a base board heat and also if you could tell me which wires are which. 1 red and 1 white


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You can download and print the manual for future reference.

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