I have an older model Tempstar heater. The pilot is lit but when the temperature gets cold it doesnt ignite the heater. The a/c fan works fine. I have replaced the thermostat but that doesnt seem to be it. Someone mentioned the thermocouple but I am unsure about this as all references I have seen to the thermocouple have to do with the pilot not staying lit and that is not the case here. Thoughts? If I do need to consider replacing the thermocouple any step by step help with this would be helpful. Thanks!
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Ruud Forced Air Furnace-Heat won't kick on automatic...
the pilot won't lite
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