Question about Heating & Cooling
There is a small screw in the gas valve for adjusting the pilot gas pressure.Its normally right next to the 1/4 inch aluminum tube that feeds the pilot and is sealed with a Philips head screw. Be sure not to remove any "Allen Screws"! Those are test ports for inlet and Manifold gas pressure. If adjusting the pilot screw wont raise it enough, its OK to lower the air mix at the pilot so long as the pilot does not make smoke (Carbon). Let me know if you need anything else. Roger
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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