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The flame from the burner stays very small, will

The flame from the burner stays very small will not give full power any ideas on what the problem is?

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Blocked burner or blocked gas injector clean both if this does not work check reg

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If the sensor does not I.D. a pilot, the furnace would not fire, so your OK to this point. The sensor needs to stay in a flame constantly once the main burners light. Sometimes the draft will cause the flame to waver and cause a shutdown. Also, if the blower fan does not start on time, the furnace will shut down. I would check for wavering first.

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Burners seem to have less heat. Very small flames


Hello Carol, here are some simple troubleshooting tips to help resolve this issue:


First, make sure that burner caps are properly installed and are on the correct burner. Similar sized caps can mistakenly be placed on the wrong burner.


Moisture can clog the ports after cleaning. Lightly fan the flame to remove moisture. Allow the burner to operate until moisture is gone and the flame is full.


On some surface burner designs there are different size ports that produce flames of different lengths. This is normal.


Lastly, the burner ports may be clogged. With the burner turned off, it is recommended for a professional to use a small-gauge wire or a needle to clean the ports.


If the range continues to experience the same issue, it could possibly have a defective power supply, gas supply, or clogged ports. I would suggest contacting a professional to accurately diagnose and repair the appliance.

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I light the first burner and the flame doesnt seem as big as it should be, I light the second burner and the flame goes down slightly, I light the third burner and it goes out completely


clean all the burners and the orffices , check the gas is full if lpg ,check gas line is not blocked , if this natgas grill check connection is in tight and not loose giving small flow of gas.

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The flame from the burner stays very small, will not give full power, any ideas on what the problem is?


Disconnect tank, hook back up, open slowly everytime you use grill. If this doesn't solve problem, valve on tank is probably stuck and tank will need to be replaced.

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Startup cycle goes fine. All lights(power, pressure, thermostat, and heater) sequence correctly. After ignition, heater fires up(seen through viewing window) but then blows out 15 seconds later when fan...


If you are getting fire and have an eo5 this is a reading for no flame so it is not reading the flame. What you probally have is small spider webs in your burner orfaces. You will need to pull the burners out and with a small wire or the like clear the gas orfaces going to the burners. These little webs can divert the gas to the main burners and keep it from the burner that reads the flame. Your heater will come on with a big woosh as the gas needs to come from other burners to fire. I hope this helps. Good luck

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Goodman furnace seems to be cycling too often. Burner not staying on long enough to put warm air into system. Burner quits after a few seconds then repeats.


dIf the burners are only staying on for about 5 seconds, you proably hav e a dirty flame sensor. Watch the burners light, the glow plug will light one end of the burners, in front of the last burner to light the will be a small thin rod, this rod must sense the flame or the gas will be shut down. Take a piece of steel wool and gently cleqan the rod.

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Flames under all burners are very small


It is possible to rejet the burners but I cant recommend doing this as there can be safety issues. First thing I would do is relace the gas regulator and then go from there. It sounds like low pressure to me. In this country it would be set to around 12-15 psi.

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FURNACE CYCLING ON AND OFF ..


I would check furnace filter first. If that looks good i would check the thermostat. To check thermostat turn power off to furnace then take thermostat off the wall and connect wires labbled R & W together then turn power on and check furnace to see if it runs for more than a couple of minutes. If so install a new thermostat. If that doesn't work let me know and i can give you a couple more thing to try.

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If this was not always the case then the orifice is partially plugged & needs cleaning.
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