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This is a correction on my other entry. Our heater will not stay lit
The pilot light keeps going out

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Check the thermacoupler on the unit its that small(looks solid)tube next to the pilot light it tell unit to turn on when pilot is lite

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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    james thurman Jan 14, 2009

    check the thermacoupler on the unit its that small(looks solid)tube next to the pilot light it tell unit to turn on when pilot is lite

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