I have a gravity furnace
in my 1974 Boler
, which I have lovingly restored. Well, I don't know about lovingly, more like love/hate I guess. It has a new Roertshaw snap action valve, new orifice, new themocouple etc. Now don't get me wrong, it works fantastic when there is absolutely no wind outside. As soon as there is a medium/light breeze, the pilot light
and burner get blown out. I hesitate to block or shield the intake as the intake and exhaust are in the same vent and it just doesn't seem like a smart idea. However, I can't be the only one this has happened to! Does anyone have some tried and tested solutions?