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The pilot light won't stay lite

I have a dyna-glo rmi-80lpt, when you light the pilot the flame goes on,ignates the gas,the flame comes on burns for a while and when it comes up to temperture the flame goes out and so does the pilot light. You have to relight the pilot everytime. Is there an online manual for this model or is it just out of date? Had it serviced but it still does it.Also we noticed the pilot light is at least 2 inches long and there's no adjustment.

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Flame is way too high on pilot . blocked injector or hole on injector is too big . Being sucked off by main burner .

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SOURCE: cant find set screw on pilot burner. model no. rmi 70ng

Set screw for what? To raise the flame? Not one. What you gotta do is clean out the pilot. Least bit of dust makes the safety think oxygen is low and shuts down the heater. I flush the pilot with a drop of rust busted then I use the long spout on it to blow out the pilot. You could use a straw tubing or shop air. Take a look at the demo HERE
A great page that shows where to clean the pilot and has links to more good stuff: HERE

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Both repairable and dangerous. The burner need blown out with a air compressor. This should take care of it. The unit not glowing red will create CO. Which will make you sick or even can kill you.

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MAKE SURE THERE IS AMPLE FRESH AIR IN THE ROOM, SOME MODELS ARE MADE TO NOT LIGHT IF THERE IS NOT ENOUGH FRESH AIR. RON G.

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