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Piolet light 4in high want to turn down

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'on how to light piolet on 18000 btu big buddy heater


You should be able to light a pilot with a lighter or match if the built-in igniter won't do it.
Make sure you set the ON/PILOT/OFF button to the PILOT setting, push in on the button while lighting the pilot light (flame), and keep holding the button down for about 20-30 seconds. Then the pilot flame should stay lit.

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Why doesn't it light?


You find instructions on youtube.

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My dyna glo nat. gas heater piolet light is to long and when you turn it on low it is burning on high


Sounds like your heater needs a service, is there any sooting around the pilot if so have it serviced asap

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The piolet light will not light. If I turn the


You may have a plugged orifice in the pilot tube assy. If you have any way of getting to the orifice with compressed air, and blow back, it may dislodge it, if it is plugged. If possible, carefully remove pilot tube at valve end first, so that if it is debris in there, it blows clean of the tube, so it won't clog again. Otherwise you'll have to remove complete assy. Another thing to try as well, is to shut valve off, loosen fitting at valve for pilot tube, AND MAKING SURE NO FLAME OR SPARK ANYWHERE IN THE AREA, take a spray bottle with dish soap and water mixed (bubble tester) and then spray at pilot fitting when it is loose, and push pilot, to see if any bubbles appear, indicating gas flow. If no flow there, then I'd get a new gas valve.

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the thermocouple not only keeps the pilot on but lets the gas valve know its okay to open on a call for heat, remove your thermocouple and clean it with a fine grit sandpaper and if this doesn't work replace it all together.

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You will need to buy a new thermo couple 8.00 part from ace it is the little copper line close to piolet flame,it sences the piolet and allows the gas to open and feed,it is wore out,burned out,replace.

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After you hearthe click from the ignitor your piolet will light. the flame sensor (mounted next to the piolet (tip in the flame) ) will sence the heat from the piolet sending a milivolt siginal back to the ignation board. once the board knows there is a piolet and the system is safe the main valve will open igniting the burner trays.

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Pilot light wont lit up


Change The Thermostat Cause If Your Getting Gas But The Water Heater Doesn't Detect The Heat It Will Close The Valve. When Lighting You Hold The Button Down For About 30 seconds so the thermostat will detect flame and stay lit. Check To Make Sure The Thermostat Is Where It Should Be. Heres A Picture Of What It Will Look Like.

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You Can Replace Them If Need Be Will Be Available At Sears Or Home Depot. Also They May Sell Them At other Local Hard Ware Stores.

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