I had a brief interruption of gas service, (old neighborhood, it happens every couple of years.) and can’t get my water heater to relight. It’s less than 2 years old, and has an electronic ignition box. I’ve turned the dial to “pilot,” depressed it, and clicked the button as directed in the manual. Including my dad’s highly technical advice of “click the shit out of it for about 45 seconds.” No luck.
Now I’m missing the previous dinosaur that only needed a match. Too bad it bit the dust.
Anyone know a way to diagnose whether this is a hardware store problem or a call a professional problem? And would I call a plumber, or some other specialization? Thanks in advance for any insight.
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