Originally Posted by korndog
Yep. That's the setup. Congrats on the spark ignition. I am definitely glad I went that route. Just curious about the two ground wires to the burner. I have the ground wire going from the module to the valve and then one wire from the valve to the burner. There are two ground terminals on the valve.
Can we see pictures of the whole rig?
I ran to this thread while I was looking for help to get my Honeywell Y8610U to work. I'm using a Mypin PID that I wired and seem to work fine. the valve I bout to my knowledge is low pressure valve, that is connected to a propane cylinder via an adjustable regulator and I put less than one PSI through to the valve. the valve is working in starting sparks and lighting up the pilot. but the burner is not catching on fire, the valve is not letting propane go through to the burner (just to the pilot!).
the way I connected it is as followe:
1- three wires from servo PV/PVMV/ and MV to the corresponding name / port on valve.
2- from 24VAC transformer through PID black and white( donot know which is common and which is the other) to the servo GRN24 and TH-W, and finally the spark to the spark plug (red silicon cable). I wired nothing to the GRN on the servo, nothing to the ground of the valve and no ground going to the pilot.
my question is: what would the reason be for the valve not allowing propane pass to the burner? could it be the GRD connection?