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Heatilator Pilot Issue

I have a Heatilator Novus series gas fireplace. The pilot seems to have gotten rather high over the years. In the manual it shows a pilot adjustment area. I looked and found a cap screw. Is this a screw cover or is this the adjustment screw. The flame on pilot is a 1" blue and yellow flame.

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Any pilot adjustment would be under a large screw with a flat blade slot in it. There would be a smalled flat blade screw under it. Warning: Too small of a flame and your safety device won't work.
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