Question about Heating & Cooling
I have the problem with igniting the pilot light in my central heating. Everytime i ignite it and hold the knob control for 45second as instructed. However when i release the knob control to turn to On position, the pilot light turn off. Please help me to find out the problem. Many thanks
Sounds like the thermocouple (that sensors the heat) may be faulty.
you will need a licensed gas fitter for repairs
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