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    Where is the pilot light for my Bryant Furnace?

    Asked Dec 17, 2010, 05:39 PM 4 Answers
    I have read the instructions and see where to turn the gas on and hold the starter button in but I can't find where to light the pilot light. Can anyone help? I'm going to add a photo.

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    Dec 17, 2010, 06:03 PM
    First, you need to be real careful. An explosion can occur if not done properly. The aluminum tis coming off the top of the gas valve is leading to the pilot. It will be down around the front of the burners where they head up into the heat exchanger. Revert to the beginning, be careful... call a pro of u need to.
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    Dec 17, 2010, 06:53 PM
    It is at the end of that little aluminum tube to the right of the gas valve in the pic. Follow it and that is the pilot assy it goes to. If it don't light it is a bad gas valve or pilot clogged and you should call a tech.
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    Dec 18, 2010, 06:39 PM
    If you have never lit the pilot on this furnace. You will need to turn the knob on top of the gas valve to pilot, red button on the left side of the valve, press it down and hold it down while lighting the pilot in front of the burners. After the pilot lights keep the red button depressed for 30sec. After letting off the button and if the pilot is still lit turn the knob to on, on the gas valve and you should have heat.
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    Dec 18, 2010, 07:04 PM
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    If you have never lit the pilot on this furnace. You will need to turn the knob on top of the gas valve to pilot, red button on the left side of the valve, press it down and hold it down while lighting the pilot in front of the burners. After the pilot lights keep the red button depressed for 30sec. After letting off the button and if the pilot is still lit turn the knob to on, on the gas valve and you should have heat.
    No. He is looking for the pilot assy it's self. He says in the question he knows how to lite it if he can find the pilot. Lol.
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