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Pilot light has no gas coming out, verified gas going into gas valve, but no gas coming out when pilot light button depressed.

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Pilot orifice may be clogged. Remove pilot tube and orifice. Blow out orifice with compressed air only and reassemble. Also, control valve may be bad.

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