Pilot lightPost created: 2013-01-06 Type of Equipment: Furnace Views: 38
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On 2013-01-06 JB wrote:
Not sure what you are looking for, but understanding how the pilot light works and whether you need to light it depends on whether you have a standing pilot light or an electronic ignition.
If you go here you can learn quite a bit about your furnace and its ignition system: http://www.mobilehomerepair.com/articlefurnace.htm#burner1.
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