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End way inition flame dont started

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    pilet

  • tezrez Jun 16, 2008

    pilet light will not stay on

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Check the milli volt it must be around 500 .if it is check the solenoid
heat the pilot and check it

good luke

hamid

Posted on Aug 14, 2008

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