Hi. I'm Joe and I will be glad to help you out.
Is it lighting once the ignition starts clicking and it keeps clicking after that, or does it have to click for a while before it ignights the pilot?
I'mAfter I think
After, I think. I'm at some distance and hear it through the vents.
Ok. I have 2 things for you to try, First is to clean the flame prove sensor at the pilot. It is a steel rod that the pilot flame hits and warms up to let the gas valve know that flame is present and the valve can be turned on. It is on the pilot assembly and you can just clean it with steel wool or emory cloth.
I will try that
If that doesn't solve the problem, then you will need to clean the pilot orfice.
The pilot orfice is hard to clean because the hole in it is so small, so if you have to do this, then I would recommend to buy a new orfice or have a service tech clean the whole system.
Just let me know. Thanks
My reply "I'll try that" came without my thinking through the suggestion. Cleaning "flame prove sensor ... that the pilot flame hits" makes no sense whatsoever when ignition is by electric spark and there is no pilot light involved. "Clean the pilot orfice" might be what's needed. But after being completely off base with the first suggestion, anything subsequent lacks creditability.
I'm sorry. My manual shows a pilot light and a flame sensor, So you have no pilot light on the system?
The model that I show has a pilot light that is ignited by a spark igniter. If that's not what you have, please let me know. Thanks.
Even though it's not a standing pilot that you have to light manually, you should still have a pilot.
Also anytime there is a pilot, there is a flame sensor for it, please let me know if you see this, or if you would like me to opt out so that another expert can take a look at it.