Heating breakdown repairs
The heating repairs Earls Court may take place on different parts of the burner. The unlit burner can be a no brainer to fix, but the burner failure can emanate from different causes. The basic cause of no burner flame is no supply of the natural gas. When the gas has been turned off on the gas meter, the shutoff valve will lead to the heater, and when the control knob at the heater has been turned off, the heater will not heat the water.
A standing pilot light which may ignite a burner can be extinguished. The reason for this may be a defective thermocouple. The device may shut off the gas when there is no flame with the pilot. When a thermocouple is bad, it may shut down the pilot even if it is good, and this will turn off the burner so that it does not ignite heat for the water. There are units that use electronic igniters and there can be a standing pilot light to ignite a burner.
A thermostat dial can be located at the water heater control on a lower part of the front of a tank. You may check and see if it is at 120 degrees, and this will normally represent the detent or notch in the middle of a dial. When this is not the case, you may turn the dial over to 120 degrees. You should open a nearby hot water tap for a few minutes and see if the burner will be able to ignite. If the burner cannot heat while a pilot light is on, then you should look for heating repairs from a plumber so that you may diagnose the problem and possibly replace a thermostat. Gas valves at a home water heater may incorporate an internal safety shutoff feature. If there is an excessive water temperature, the shutoff will stop the flow and the heating may be terminated.