Question about Heating & Cooling
The most likely problem is a bad thermocouple. Pilot-equipped appliances have a thermocouple to make sure the pilot is lit before turning on the main gas flow. You'll see the end of the thermocouple looking like a metal rod sticking into the pilot flame. Replacing the thermocouple is not difficult. There's a nut that holds the thermocouple into the pilot assembly, and another that holds the thermocouple lead into the main gas valve. Universal replacements are available for under $10. Several websites have good step-by-step instructions if you need them.
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