Having trouble with my furnace while living in a northern VT winter is a bit nerve-racking. I have a 74 sovereign
31ft with an NT32, I believe, and the pilot light is out and remains so even when I purge the lines and try to get it going with the reset button. I suspect that the pilot orifice is clogged and needs to be cleaned. When I am lucky enough to relight the pilot, the flame is very weak and unresponsive to the regulator screw. I have a full tank of gas and am wondering how I should proceed to restore heat to my living unit. Any advice would be appreciated (especially for cleaning the pilot, do I have to remove the entire furnace? How do I do this?) I found a manual for the NT series on Bryantrv.com and have the parts list and troubleshooting guide, and of course, I have read up on the infamous Suburban recall. I am concerned about my furnace being hazardous, but I am not sure if the recall problems apply directly to my pilot going out.
Thank you and hope everyone's having a good new year!
PS:If this appears twice I apologize, the computer is being glitchy.