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Vulcan qasar gas wall heater. Pilot alight, but will not "fire up". Have performed the reset procedures as detailed on the heater, including complete shut down and relight of pilot (after audible click), but still no fire up.

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  • Anonymous Aug 11, 2008

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    Same problem with my Vulcan Quasar 40, any help would be great.

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If your hearter is an electronic model the solenoid has almost certainly failed.

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What you are experiencing is the lack of a signal from the thermocouple to the gas valve. I.e. the thermocouple is not passing heat information at all. This is caused by either a defective thermocouple, a dirty mating area where the thermocouple connects to the gas valve or... an improperly positioned thermocouple that is not "in the flame" with the pilot lit.

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