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Cozy one sided wall furnace (no blower motor)

Furnace pilot lite is on but when i slide t-stat over to about 75 or 80 , pilot lite goes out. Millivolt gas valve. Changed out thermopile and gas valve and still doing the same thing. What could be wrong? Also ohm the limit switch on top of unit and is giving me a reading? HELP

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Re: cozy one sided wall furnace (no blower motor)

This is a weird one, but make sure all the wire connections are in the correct place. I accidentally miss wired a heater like this and it did the same thing.

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