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Where is the pilot in a gas furnace. The heater stop working

The heater stop working and I'm trying to figure out where is the pilot. I don't see a flame anywhere.

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Most of them are at the bottom of the heater, two wing nuts hold on the sight glass to the heat exchanger.. losen one of the wing nuts and swing out the first layer of metal.. then you can see the pilot.... read your owners manual on proper ighting procedure.. should be on the unit aswell somewhere

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