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Do i leave pilot lite on reh-30 rinnai heater when not using?

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No if you don't plan to use it switch off the pilot for safety reasons and also for longer life of pilot system.

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I just bought one of the reh models and they have the oxygen depletion sensor (OSD) for - and thisw is from another web site - "the dual purpose OSD automatically shuts off the flow of the gas in the rare instance that the level of oxygen falls from the normal 20.9% to 18.5% or an interruption in the fuel supply occurs. " So, I would say yes, you can safely shut the pilot off, but double check your model specs to see if your model has one of these OSD's.

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