pilot. I've lit this pilot before so I'm pretty sure I'm doing it right. It's been
suggested that it could be the thermocouple but it doesn't seem like that
would be involved in the initial lighting. Is that right?
This summer I let the electric company install an energy regulating thermostat
to cycle my AC on hot days. I didn't have the tech light the pilot since it was
summer. My AC and furnace share the same blower unit. The furnace blower
kicks on, there's just no flame. If the tech overlooked something (bad
electrical connection), would this affect the pilot not lighting? I wouldn't
Is the thermocouple involved or is there a blockage in the pilot tube? All
my other gas appliances are fine.