heatmaster log problem
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  1. #1
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    Aug 2007
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    heatmaster log problem

    I am working on a set of logs that i can get the pilot to light but when i try to turn on to burners it cuts completly down. Shuts pilot off, i can hear the valve. It has a thermocouple and thermopile,thermocouple working because pilot will hold. Thermopile seems to check out but could be bad. I just do not think if it was thermopile it would cut pilot off.

  2. #2
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    Jul 2006
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    Virginia
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    What happens to the pilot when you turn on the main burner? Does it become instantly smaller?Is the pilot yellow and lazy, or blue and strong?

  3. #3
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    Cool

    Forum rules prevent DIY advice here. However, I can suggest a comprehensive approach to service including inlet gas pressures conducted by a qualified technician. If your piping is undersized, it would manifest in the way you describe.
    Hearthman

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