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Blue rhino can't get pilot to stay lit. flame burns below pilot area

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There is dirt in the pilot tube. blow it out with compressed air.

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Pilot light won't stay lit when I let go of the igniter knob. Flame is yellow and long.


Sounds like the Thermocouple has failed and needs to be replaced. It's not difficult to do. But, finding the part may be. Blue Rhino, is the manufacturer for Endless Summer Patio Heaters, so start there.

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My pilot lights when I push the pilot button in but goes out automatically when I release it.


The Thermocouple, which keeps the flame lit, when in operation, but stops the gas flow if the pilot goes out has failed and will need to be replaced. You can purchase one online, directly from Blue Rhino.

Hope this helped you solve the problem.

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Pilot lit will not stay lit check it and blew it all out with air .


Hi and welcome to FixYa. I am Kelly

A few things to do here.
1. Make sure the thermocouple probe is positioned directly inside the pilot flame.
2. Disconnect the thermocouple from the gas valve and clean the blunt end of the thermocouple AND the area in the gas valve that the thermocouple blunt end mates to. Any dirt, debris or corrosion in this area will cause the symptom that you describe
3. Worst case if you do not have a blue pilot flame you may have to remove the pilot orifice and clear the pin hole in the orifice.
4. If you have a push and hold type pilot lite gas button... press hard... and let go several times.
5. After all of the above the symptom is still present.... you will have to replace the thermocouple.
I read that you already did the burner tube cleaning.

Most of the time this symptom is caused by the thermocouple either being in the wrong position, a defective thermocouple or a dirty connection surface area where it mates to the gas valve.

Thanks for choosing FixYa,
Kelly

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Pilot light will not stay lit, even after holding for the required 60 seconds. Need manual and replacement parts.


Go to the Uniflame Home web page and you can download the Owners Manual for your heater in a pdf format. You can also order parts or find a dealer in your area that stocks parts. Uniflame is owned by Blue Rhino.

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Pilot burnes yellow and stays lighted when I turn the may burner on its on for about 30 sec. then goes out pilot and burner


You may be low on gas in the tank and there's not enough pressure and/or volume of gas to sustain it. Also, try carefully cleaning the burner elements.

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I have an Empire gas heater. It does not stay lit. It will go out after about 30 minutes to two hours. When we first started having this problem if you set it where it wasn't completely level it would stay...


Look at your thermocouple. Is it glowing red from being heated by the pilot flame? Is the pilot flame blue or yellow? You may have a dirty pilot orifice that is not heating your thermocouple enough to keep it lit after the burner cycles off. A yellow flame will eventually burn the tip of the thermocouple, which causes more frequent problems and eventually it will not work at all. If you have a can of compressed air with attached straw, use it to blow out the pilot orifice (with the gas off) where the pilot flame usually burns. Then examine the tip of the thermocouple and see if it is still round and smooth. Jagged or irregular tips mean it should be replaced. A blue pilot flame and a new thermocouple should do it. Hope that fixes it for you. Douglas

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Pilot light won't light the low flame or stay on


If the pilot light will light at all but not have a good strong flame I would remove pilot assembly and clean it thourghly,being careful not to damage pilot orifice. Reinstall pilot and seeif you have any improvement. If pilot still won't stay lit I would replace thermocouple being careful to make sure top inch or so is in pilot flame. Hope this helps. Thanks

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Try replacing the regulator, easy fix. If it is not the regulator, the thermocouple could be bad, or the pilot flame may not be strong enough to heat the thermocouple. Take apart the head, if you are comfortable with it, and see if there is a blockage in the pilot assembly.

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There is a therma-couple that the flame burns against. When it is working correctly it allows gas to travel to the flame. When it goes out you get no gas, as a safety feature. Replace the therma couple and it should work again.

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