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Williams 3003622 Wall Mounted Panel Heater Draft Blows Pilot Out.

Our recently purchased wall heater's pilot light blows out. There is a draft which makes it difficult to re-light. Does anyone know how to fix this problem? Thank you.

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Yes. open cover, set to pilot and push in then light with a long nosed butane lighter like the ones used for lighting stoves. Hold pilot in for a few minutes, then close pilot cover and turn pilot knob to on position. that should take care of it unless you need a new coupler. good luck as the couplers go out on these heaters prematurely.

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