Question about Heating & Cooling
After my heater got flooded from heavy rain my pilot light went out. I am able to relight the pilot light and the heater operates fine but after a while the pilot light goes out. I have to relight my heater every morning and evening as the pilot light has gone out.
Pilot light is on but not igniting surrounding jets to heat water. What can be done?
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
Maby to much gas is going to the pilot causing flame lift-off get a gasfitter to check working pressure, flame position, blocked pilot injector, oversized pilot, windy location.
Martin Kelly Craftsman Gasfitter
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
Could be moisture in the gas supply line - get your gas fitter to purge the line at the meter.
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