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Cozy heater i cannot get the pilot to stay lit and i just put in a new thermocouple-a piece fell out if the pilot gas orfice when i took the pipe out-where does it go? oops doug fulwider olympia,wa

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That piece that fell out is probably the pilot orifice. It goes on the end of the pilot gas line when you screw it into the pilot assembly. Don't try to light the heater without the orifice. If your thermocouple is good and the pilot flame is set properly, the control valve could be bad. Be sure to hold the knob down for 60 seconds before releasing it.

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