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# What are Pilot Light Issues?

Pilot light issues refer to problems that can occur with the small flame kept continuously lit on a gas appliance to ignite the main burner as needed. Common pilot light issues include difficulties lighting or maintaining the pilot flame. This can be due to low gas pressure, dirty or misaligned pilot lights, or faulty thermocouples which detect the pilot flame and control gas flow. Without a steady pilot light, other gas symptoms may surface like unrealistic temperature changes inside a home. Over time, intermittent pilot lighting can add to gas bills. Left unaddressed, pilot problems increase safety risks of gas leaks or inability to ignite appliances. Routine maintenance and professional servicing helps identify pilot light issues before they worsen.

Troubleshooting Common Furnace Problems: A Comprehensive Guide

Introduction Is your furnace acting up and leaving you in the cold? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! In this article, we’ll walk you through the most common furnace problems and provide you with troubleshooting tips to get your HVAC system up and running again. From strange noises to heating issues, we’ll tackle it all. So grab a cup of …

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