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Pilot light wont stay lit

When I release the ignite button the pilot light goes out

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You need to replace the pilot safety switch which is usually a Thermocouple. It is connected by a thin tube from the gas valve to a bulb near the pilot burner. It should be available at Home Depot or online.

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