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I stopped the device. I don't know how to restart it.

I just put the handle from UUU to O the little flame disappears and now I don't know to relit the flame.

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Hold in your pilot button, then push the spark button repeatedly to light your pilot. Once its lit, hold that pilot button in for 30 seconds to heat your thermocouple. once its heated, release the button, and slide the slider to burner position. Turn on hot water fixtures to get the unit to light

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