Question about Heating & Cooling
It's generally caused by either low gas pressure to the heater. Or what is called a "Cold Burner". If it is a :Cold Burner" ... Once the whistling starts, turn the heater off, wait 3 to 5 minutes and turn it back on and turn the flames to a middle setting. If there is no whistling, set your flame height/temperature where ever you like. The low gas pressure issue would need to checked by a qualified technician. At the same time, have them to check the air mixture control valve on the burner.
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