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    Raypak Pilot Not Lighting - Adjustment Needed

    100% agree. I wouldn’t even recommend taking on installing this heater as a DIY project if I didn’t have the right tools or a healthy respect for natural gas and what it can do if you are not careful, especially with multiple scopes involved. You need to understand high voltage electrical (why...
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    Raypak Pilot Not Lighting - Adjustment Needed

    Tested for gas after the heater tried to light. All good points, James. I’ll keep an eye on it and readjust the pilot pressure if I have continued issues. Just thought I might save someone the headache in case this fixed their issues in the future.
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    Raypak Pilot Not Lighting - Adjustment Needed

    I did verify the input pressure at the gas valve and it’s within spec (8” WC). There is a new Maxitrol 325-BL regulator in line since I have 2 PSI gas coming off the meter. I also adjusted the output pressure to the burners using the built-in regulator on the gas valve to bring it within spec as...
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    Raypak Pilot Not Lighting - Adjustment Needed

    Thanks! Yes, I figured that was the case but considering Raypak is friendly to end users buying and installing (one of the reasons that drove me to purchasing their heater versus others) I would have figured that would have been part of the book or at least the troubleshooting steps they detail...
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    Raypak Pilot Not Lighting - Adjustment Needed

    Hey all, long time lurker but first time poster. I wanted to go over something that could really help someone out in the future since I beat my head against the wall for a few hours trying to solve this one. I just got done installing a new Raypak 336A heater and am very happy with it so far...
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