How To Relight A Gas Water Heater Pilot Light | Roto-Rooter


Handling an open flame around natural gas can be very dangerous. In this video, the experts and Roto-Rooter demonstrate a safe way to relight a gas water heater pilot light.

While it’s unlikely, some circumstances could result in a pilot light going out on your water heater. This prevents the flame from getting sufficiently started underneath your heater, and will result in a lack of hot water to your household. If you wake up one morning and you only have cold water, the pilot light should be one of the first things to check.

For step by step instructions in lighting your pilot light again, watch this video. If you’re still having problems, call an experienced professional. We at Roto-Rooter are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

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