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Old 09-02-2017, 02:06 PM   #1
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Water Heater pilot not Lighting

I have a 2009 Flagstaff 625D that I purchased used. I tried to light the water heater on the unit prior to making my first trip and could not light it, nor did it seem as if gas was reaching the unit.

LP was on, and I lit the stove and ran the furnace for some time to get the gas moving before attempting lighting the heater.

Any chance the main regulator could be bad?
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Old 09-02-2017, 02:38 PM   #2
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Do you hear the igniter clicking? Im not an expert but when you turn the water heater on there should be a solenoid that opens to release the gas and the igniter should go off at almost the same time. Find out which one isnt working. You should be able to hear the gas solenoid open and you should smell propane. Could be the gas solenoid. Could be the igniter. Could be the circuit board or a wire in between. Its a pretty simple system you just have to look at it.
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