Anyone who owns a furnace these days understands how vital the pilot light is.
It is the 1 component that certifies if your modern furnace is still in fantastic working condition, especially after a long stage of being completely unused.
It is therefore not surprising when 1 panics if it refuses to light! However, this fact should not be an issue that makes you restless unless you attempt to relight it at least a few times to no avail. Fortunately, the pilot relighting process is simple. All you seriously need to do is first switch off the gas valve for at least several minutes. This will allow the gas to dissipate slowly. You can then proceed to hold plus press the valve while carefully turning the pilot, but using a BBQ lighter, relight the pilot light. Do not let go of the valve to ensure that the pilot light lights up plus remains lit. You may have to repeat this process a few more times before it finally agrees to light. However, if it is completely adamant after a few relighting attempts, then you need to replace the panel cover. You definitely may need to search for sure what could cause this failure to relight. Sometimes the solution lies in problem shooting plus understanding the problem. One of the proper problems is the trusty gas supply. If it has been interfered with, then the possibilities are that the onboard pilot light will not light. A cracked heat exchanger may also be another trigger that needs immediate professional intervention to resolve.