Operate Electronic Ignition with Constant Burning Pilot
Author: Rett Rasmussen Reference Number: AA-00950 Views: 9990 Created: 2013-01-08 08:56 Last Updated: 2013-01-08 08:57 0 Rating/ Voters

Q - When using the remote and I hit the “off” button, the pilot light goes out.  Is there a way when the “off” button is pressed it only turns of the flames and not the pilot light or would a different remote be able to do this?


A - As you know, when you press the OFF button, it will turn everything off, main burner and pilot, and require performing the lighting sequence the next time you wish to light the set. But if you depress the Low Flame button (it is a "pulse" type remote, so you will need to "press, press, press ...) until the main burner flame extinguishes, the pilot will remain lighted. When you wish to have the main burner turn on, you can press the High Flame button twice rapidly to signal the control to go to the highest setting, or you can "press, press, press ...) to the desired flame height.

There are no other remotes available for this system.

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