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I have a dyna goo 10000 but natural gas heater we got pilot lit but when you turn heater on it hisses like to much air or gas is coming through

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I,d suggest that you have either a case seal Damaged, allowing air into the casing.
Also possible fault may lie within the Flue air pressure Valve/Switch If applicable.
The heater/Boiler will have certain conditions to meet.
The Fan/flue switch ( Pressure switch. Will be designed to speed up the fan, before firing the main Burner.
As for the Noises, i,d suggest that the boiler is whats commonly known or reffered to As Kettling. Which usually indicates Overheating. This would cause the main-burner to distinguish as a fail safe.

Recommendations:- De-scale the heater, with a commercial descaler. Thoroughly flush the System. Then re-fill with required Amount Of Commisioning Fluid. i.e Fernox Or Sentinel et,c.

Also get the Fan/flue checked out for correct running speeds.

Mike @ compurepair.

Posted on Mar 16, 2008

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Paul Carew

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SOURCE: Dyna-glo parts

thermocouples you can buy from any heating spares oulet or national energy a hone well is most common for useing as a replacement

Posted on Feb 07, 2009

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SOURCE: Pilot light on Dyna Glo gas heater won't stay lit

Cleaned pilot light area with an air compressor. Problem solved!

Posted on Mar 03, 2009

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Probably a bad solenoid in the gas valve. Higher voltage of a new thermocouple keeps it open longer but it still fails over a period of time. Look into a new gas valve for the water heater.

Posted on Dec 17, 2009

David Jewell

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SOURCE: I have a Rheem 50 gal. natural gas water heater

The most common reason a pilot light will not stay lit is a bad thermocouple. How old is the water heater? If the pilot light will light, but then go out when you release the safety button, that is a sure sign the thermocouple is bad. You can buy a replacement thermocouple at your local home improvement store. There is a small chance that the control valve has gone bad, but that is highly unlikely.

Posted on Feb 23, 2010

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