It is 24Volt AC at the gas valve, Right? And can I just touch the spade tipped electrical contact on the gas valve marked MV with the red lead of my mutimeter and the ground lead of my mutimeter to the frame of the furnace?
I placed the red probe of my mutimeter on the MV connector on the gas valve body and each time the burners would light I heard the solenoid click and the meter read about 24 volts. The black lead of the mutimeter on a screw on the furnace frame did provide good ground. Also, I did try to adjust the sharpness of the pilot flame with the adjustment screw on the gas valve but I saw no change no matter if the screw was all the way in or out. I adjusted it with the MV lead off and the thermostat calling for heat per the instructions that came with the Honeywell replacement ignitor/sensor. I have adjusted the tip of the ignitor/sensor per the instructions that came with the part. Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX it must be the gas valve.
I only see a 24 volt reading when the solenoid clicks "on" then it goes to zero and the burners go out so is it the valve or the control? There is no power when the burners are out and I here the solenoid actuating.