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My Johnson and Starley air flow heater is not working all the electrics are ok when started the solenoid on the Honeywell v8600c 1020 2 activated but no gas is supplied to the burners. The pilot light is working and after turning the gas off and on the pilot restarts and stays on constantly

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Hi friend

here is link for u
http://www.fixya.com/support/honeywell

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