Question about Heating & Cooling
About the only option I see is to replace the gas valve as the are no servicable parts in the valve. The only other thing I can suggest you try is to remove valve and very carefully try to blow thru inlet and outlet to try to free any debris such as small rust particles that may be causing valve to stick. Be sure to use low pressure air only. No more then 20 p.s.i.Hope this helps you and thanks
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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