Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Lighting a water heater pilot light

It was so windy last night that the pilot light on our boiler was blown out from the downdraft of wind through the flue.  It occurred to me that this still happens to many homeowners that have older systems, whether it’s a forced air furnace, a boiler for hot water heat or an older style water heater.

It’s important to know how to re-light the pilot light on these appliances so that you don’t find yourself in a situation that might feel like an emergency but can easily be accomplished by the average homeowner.

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks to you I learned something. I don't know much of about this water heater pilot light. So, I wanted to know more. Hope to find more about it from you. Thanks!

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