Question about Heating & Cooling
If you are talking about a device with a pilot light, then it may be that the thermocouple has gone bad. The thermocouple is positioned right in the flame and provides an electrical signal that indicates when it is hot. If the thermocouple is not providing the correct voltage, then the rest of the system assumes the pilot light has gone out and shuts off the gas to avoid an explosive situation. The thermocouple itself is pretty inexpensive, so just swapping it for a new one is a reasonable thing to try.
Posted on Dec 01, 2014
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