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I have a vented wall furnace, when the pilot lights it slowly gets smaller and smaller until it goes out. What can I do? I am in the middle of a lake in an ice shack.

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It needs a new thermal coupling. thats the copper tube, one end is in the pilot, the other end is srewed into the valve

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