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Posted by Joseph2309 on April 08, 2008 at 21:10:20:
In Reply to: Re: Weil-McClain Intermittent Ignition posted by Joseph on April 07, 2008 at 22:34:46:
I looked at the troubleshooting chart and see it reccs replacing the gas valve as the next step in troubleshooting (although they don't deal with intermittent operation).
I got the model number off the valve and did some research. My plan now is to replace the obsolete White Rodgers 36E36-267 with the recommended replacement 36E36-304. Looks like a straightforward job. I located one for $90.
What do you think?
: : If you have cleaned and tightrened all electrical connections, then, the troubleshooting chart at:
: : http://www.weil-mclain.com/downloads/obsolete/heii/heiihsi.pdf
: : says to call the Weil McLain rep; this might require a module change.
: Thanks - I am going to check the gas pressure, too. Last year our area was converted to a high pressure gas (i.e. gas reg at each home) system. Maybe gas pressure is low. Our HW heater and stove work fine though.
: The electrical connections are all plug connectors. I guess I will unplug and replug and see if that does anything. Then I will call for service.
: Thanks again...
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