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Electric Iginition question
I installed a brand new natural gas boiler last week for a customer. The customer then decided to test the ignite/flame sensor to see if it shuts the gas off when disconnected. The main gas does shut off but the pilot gas still runs while the ignite wire is disconnected. I've looked up the Honeywell pilot module which I believe is a S8600F (but not 100% Sure because it it labeled with slant fin stickers instead). This particular intermittent pilot module states that it will 'spark on until pilot lightoff or manual shutoff; pilot valve open until manual shutdown'.
So my question is how do I re assure my customer that his house wont blow up when this ignite/sensor ever does fail? Any comments would be appreciated