Honeywell PD-35 wall furnance small gas leak.


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Old 01-21-12, 09:55 AM
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Unhappy Honeywell PD-35 wall furnance small gas leak.

I'm having a small gas leak at the control dial, is there an o ring or a gasket that i can replace that would seal this problem? Please help...
 
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No. Have a service agency replace the valve. It's not a suitable DIY task.
 
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I'm almost positive I know the gas valve you speak of. I have encountered many in my career and at one time the "****" section was available as a replacement part. However they are long gone and the valve needs to be replaced. They are easy to spot because when you light the pilot and let up on the knob they gas starts to leak and the pilot lights it off. Kinda scary the first time it happens.

Actually I'm guessing at the valve model. Would you want to post a picture just for grins. The model you provided is not a valve number.
 
 

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