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I have a heater in a barn that is probably 30 yrs old and I can't get the pilot to stay lit. I think the wind is blowing the pilot out through the 4 inch vent but i am not sure. Do I need to try something with the vent or do you suggest something else? Any suggestions are welcome. Thank you.

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You could put a wind cap on it they are cheap. And if that don't work you need a new termocouple.

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