Question about Heating & Cooling
You may have a plugged pilot line or orifice. Find your gas valve and make sure it is in the "ON" position. If it is, turn it to off. Remove the nut holding the aluminum pilot tube on and inject a stream of air into the line from one of those can of air. Reassemble the pilot line and spray the can of air on the pilot assembly. This hopefully will remove any blockage that may be effecting the gas flow to the pilot.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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