Question about Jandy Lite2 LJ125 Ceramic Gas Heater
From what I just read online your heater uses a hot surface igniter to light the pilot. Turn the heater off. Give it a couple minutes, maybe 10. Then turn it back on. It probably goes through a purge cycle first then tries to light the pilot. You should be able to see the hot surface igniter glowing red somewhere close to the pilot. If not the igniter may be bad. Let me know what you see.
Posted on May 09, 2010
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