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Have you replaced the battery ? They do rust and lose contact over time outside.

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a lot of iffy things could be happening here..
verify proper amperage draw through the ignitor.. i believe thats a 3.2-3.5 amp system but check the label thats on the gas valve, it will have the ratings listed on there for sure. make sure amperage draw is in the middle of the range as some gas valves are less tolerant of low amperage draw than others.
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