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How do you light the pilot light on vulcan compact 60? there is no ignotion button to be seen

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  • Chris Herft Apr 12, 2015

    Sorry renee - no answer to this. :-(

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Hi. did you manage to light your pilot? I am having the same problem and its getting cold. Can you possibly tell me where the pilot light is on this unit? Thanks :)

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Hi chris, did you work out how to light the pilot light! the instructions are great until it says light the pilot.... yeah, but where is the pilot light?? it is easy to find when it is on... but not obvious when off... i\'m pressing the button in for 15 seconds and then waving around a naked flame... it just doesn\'t feel safe after 30 seconds of gas wissing and no joy... plus i\'m in a crawl space under my apartment covered in spider webs - i\'d love another clue so i can get out of the crawl space quicker ;-) thanks ren

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