Question about Heating & Cooling
Valve SIT-610 AC3 gas to valve but none to orfice. Took off the gas line to the control and gas under pressure was present. Took line off to orfice and no flow from valve, with control pressed down for a long time.
You'll probably need to ignite the pilot light before it will allow gas to flow for the heater to ignite and warm the water.. Most controls have a Pilot position that you switch it to , than using a long match .. locate the pilot light in the access opening at the bottom and get the pilot light to stay lit.. Hope that helps...
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
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