In LA we are having many windy days. This week, the Hallway heater pilot
turned of two days in a row during lots of wind. Heater and house is 50
I scarped the soot off the thermocouple but did not help.
Thermocouple is in the pilot flame.
Heater rood vent has a flue cap and is 12 inches above roof.
Can I test thermocouple with a DVM. What voltage when heated?
Trouble shooting hints are needed.
On Mar 13, 7:08 am, email@example.com wrote:
But is the pilot light going out because the wind blows it out, or is
the thermocouple coolking off too much due to the wind and then that
is shutting off the pilot, or is the thermocouple just plain bad??
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