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Check that the gas supply is okay. Maybe someone fiddled with the gas valve. Maybe there is a gas leak outdoors. Verify that another gas appliance is working correctly. Check the space between the pilot light and its themopile or thermocouple. If the flame is not heating the sensor, the pilot light is supposed to be cut off to prevent gas accumulation. ...


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I had the same experience--at least with the burner pilots--and I discovered that the problem was due to air in both pilot lines. By loosening the screw which is at the base of the dual lines, I increased the flow of gas which bled out both lines. Then, I lit the pilots, I tightened the screw to bring the flame level down to what it had been previously. ...


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Fans always have cheap bearings and that is what they sound like when they go. You probably need to replace the blower.



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