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COMFORT GLOW PROPANE HEATER, THE PILOT LIGHT WILL NOT IGNITE

JUST HAD THE PROPANE TANK FILLED AND TRIED TO LIGHT THE PILOT LIGHT AND IT APPEARS TO BE FIRING, BUT NOT FLAME AT THE PILOT LIGHT.

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  • JoeRestoresM Oct 29, 2008

    I have a Comfort Glow that I run off natural gas in my garage. I've used it for 5 winters. Went to start the pilot, it lights but will not stay on. Ive tried letting is burn for quite some time hoping it was just air in the line, but after several tries for at least 15 minutes each, it still wont stay lit. Anyone out there have any advice? Email me please, JoeRestoresMX@aol.com

  • GRUMPSPOT Jan 14, 2009

    Exact same problem here. I replaced the thermocouple but still won't stay lit (nor will it kick the upper burner on).

  • Anonymous Feb 10, 2009

    I have a comfort glow Natural gas vent less heater and it will not stay lit either. I tried vacuuming it out in case of dust or lint. I thought maybe there was air in the line. Now i am wondering if there is not enough gas pressure or a gas leak....

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I vacuumed the line out, i taped the angle adapterso there was only a little bit showing and stuck it on the pilot hole for 3 minutes (I turned the gas off) and it fixed it

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Probably air in the line. Keep at it.

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