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Noisy pilot light Vulcan Quasar 40

I have a Vulcan Quasar 40 wall furnace and the pilot light is noisy. I can stop the noise by using the pilot light regulation screw to reduce the flow of gas to the pilot. But this weakens the flame to the point that when the thermostat turns off the main gas burner (i.e., when desired room temperature reached), the pilot light seems not to have sufficient strength to remain alight.

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Simply clean out the jet tube with a fine wire, the sound you hear is the gas blowing by the irregular edges, and swirling and not mixing and producing sound waves, (Bit like a flute) So, you need to clean the tube right out, and smooth off the end again, & sorta "Countersink", Flame the end too, at the end.use a very fine needle file, and make it look like new, that will sort your problem out. Then adjust so you have a good gas flow. Also check out it isn't blocked too.

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