FUEL OIL SOLENOID VALVE
GAS PILOT SOLENOID VALVE
The gas pilot solenoid valve and the fuel oil solenoid valve installed on the burner assembly will
operate for years without trouble; however, foreign matter in the valve seal will cause leakage so
normal precautions to prevent the use of contaminated fuels is recommended. The coil may be
replaced, if it should ever burn out, by disconnecting the electric wires and removing the nut on
the top of the valve. Take care to note exact order of placement and quantity of parts as incorrect
reassembly can cause coil burnout. At all times take care not to nick, dent or damage the plunger
tube. It is not necessary to remove the valve from the pipe to replace the coil.
The fuel ports are not the same size for oil and gas, therefore, the valves are
not interchangeable; however, the coils are interchangeable.
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