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I have a rllp35a propane heater and it will ignite

Ihave a rllp35a propane heater and it will ignite but when i release the button after holding it for more than 1 minute it will go out

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Either the thermocouple is bad or the pilot flame is not hitting the thermocouple .if the flame is hitting the thermocouple correctly it is most likely that it is bad and needs to be replaced

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