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Pilot wont stay lit

My husband just ran a gas line extension up to the second floor master bedroom for a natural gas wall heater. It has been quite a bit of time now and the pilot just wont stay lit, what other than air in the line could be causing this??

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A short pilot flame not playing on the thermocouple or a faulty thermocouple , loose connection at the gas where thermocouple is ,

blocked pilot flame to small , air in gas line did he purge the gas line first? other wise you will be there a long time .

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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