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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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Re: Williams gravity vented wall furnance - where is the...

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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