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Old 05-21-2013, 04:45 AM   #1
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Default installed wrong orifice on Honeywell q314a pilot

The documentation on these pilots indicates that you need a new compression fitting when changing out the orifice. I wasn't sure which orifice to use but my pilot looks like a flame-thrower so I obviously installed the wrong one. Can you find these compression fittings at a hardware store or am I going to have to buy another pilot to get the new fitting?

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You can try to reuse it or you can pick them up at Johnstone Supply or Graingers. You can also find them on Ebay or Pex Supply on-line.

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Using the wrong orifice can be really crappy.

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Thanks for the response de3isit. For the rest of you- I know it sounds like a funny problem, but if you have ever used the wrong orifice, you know that this is a serious problem that needs to be RECTified in short order. Considering your comments, I have no choice BUTT to ASSume that you have not personally been affected by this issue.

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