Question about Reliance & Pilot Assembly for Natural Gas Water Heater
Hot water heaters that have problems with pilot lights going out are usually fixed by adjusting or replacing the thermocouple. The thermocouple is the brass tube that is in or near the flame of the pilot light. The thermocouple acts as a valve to allow the gas to flow to the pilot light. If the thermocouple begins to go bad, it may shut the gas flow off to the pilot light. There could be other gas supply issues, but this is about the least expensive first step for the home owner. REMEMBER, you are working with gas. Take your time and be safe or have a professional replace the thermocouple.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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