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Payne Furnace Gas Valve Replacement #EF32CB192

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This video provides step-by-step instructions for replacing the gas valve on Payne furnaces. The most common reason for replacing the gas valve is the furnace burners not lighting.

All of the information in this blower motor replacement video is applicable to the following brands: Payne

Tools used: flat head screwdriver, pipe wrenches, 1/4 inch socket

Step By Step Instructions

1
Before you replace the gas valve in your furnace first turn off the power to the furnace
2
Shut off the gas supply.
3
Use a flat-head screwdriver to unthread the screws securing the upper access panel and remove the panel.
4
Now use pipe wrenches to separate the gas supply pipe union.
5
Unthread the gas inlet pipe from the gas valve.
6
Note the location of the wires connected to the gas valve then disconnect them.
7
Disconnect the upper flame rollout switch wires as well.
8
Use a quarter-inch socket or nut driver to remove the screws securing the gas manifold and valve to the burner box.
9
Note the orientation of the valve on the manifold then unthread the old valve.
10
Before you install the new gas valve remove the inlet and outlet plugs.
11
Apply some sealant to the threads of the manifold then thread the manifold into the outlet port of the new valve.
12
Make sure the new valve is orientated the same way as the old valve.
13
Now align the manifold orifices in the burner tubes as you position the manifold on the burner box.
14
Replace the screws to secure.
15
Remember to secure the grounding wire under the lower right screw.
16
Connect the wires to the appropriate terminals on the new valve and reconnect the flame rollout switch wires.
17
Confirm that the gas valve switch is in the “on” position.
18
Apply sealant to the threads of the gas valve pipe then thread the pipe into the new gas valve assembly.
19
Realign the gas pipes and secure the union.
20
Turn the gas supply back on and apply a dish soap and water solution to the pipe connections to verify there are no gas leaks.
21
Once confirmed, realign the upper access panel and tighten the screws to secure.
22
Turn the power back on and your furnace should be ready for use.
Description
This video provides step-by-step instructions for replacing the gas valve on Payne furnaces. The most common reason for replacing the gas valve is the furnace burners not lighting.

All of the information in this blower motor replacement video is applicable to the following brands: Payne

Tools used: flat head screwdriver, pipe wrenches, 1/4 inch socket
Step-By-Step Instructions
1
Before you replace the gas valve in your furnace first turn off the power to the furnace
2
Shut off the gas supply.
3
Use a flat-head screwdriver to unthread the screws securing the upper access panel and remove the panel.
4
Now use pipe wrenches to separate the gas supply pipe union.
5
Unthread the gas inlet pipe from the gas valve.
6
Note the location of the wires connected to the gas valve then disconnect them.
7
Disconnect the upper flame rollout switch wires as well.
8
Use a quarter-inch socket or nut driver to remove the screws securing the gas manifold and valve to the burner box.
9
Note the orientation of the valve on the manifold then unthread the old valve.
10
Before you install the new gas valve remove the inlet and outlet plugs.
11
Apply some sealant to the threads of the manifold then thread the manifold into the outlet port of the new valve.
12
Make sure the new valve is orientated the same way as the old valve.
13
Now align the manifold orifices in the burner tubes as you position the manifold on the burner box.
14
Replace the screws to secure.
15
Remember to secure the grounding wire under the lower right screw.
16
Connect the wires to the appropriate terminals on the new valve and reconnect the flame rollout switch wires.
17
Confirm that the gas valve switch is in the “on” position.
18
Apply sealant to the threads of the gas valve pipe then thread the pipe into the new gas valve assembly.
19
Realign the gas pipes and secure the union.
20
Turn the gas supply back on and apply a dish soap and water solution to the pipe connections to verify there are no gas leaks.
21
Once confirmed, realign the upper access panel and tighten the screws to secure.
22
Turn the power back on and your furnace should be ready for use.

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