What Makes the Pilot Continue to Go Out on a Hot Water Heater?

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If you have a pilot light on your hot water heater that continues to go out, you will want to check to make sure that enough gas is getting to it. You an have a repairman look at it.
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A pilot light is a somewhat outdated way to light a water heater or any other gas burner. A small flame is kept burning all the time. When the water heater needs to turn on, this
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Spillage. excessive condensate. bad thermocouple. draft.
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air in your lines. a leak in the lines causing lower pressure. a bad solenoid (gas valve) a partially clogged orifice (where the gas comes out for the flame) but most likely a problem
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The draft motor on that unit is controled by the small circuit board/circuit device located in the service area at the base of the heater I believe. If the unit has a heat sensor
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