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Control button will move to pilot and back to off but will not push in or turn on

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Re: pro com ql300tyla propane heater

There is a safety built into the gas valve that will not allow you to turn the know to the "ON" setting until after 3 minutes of cooling. Sounds like it is stuck not allowing you to turn it on even after more than that. Other than a solid rap on the gas valve to see if it pops back, you will need to replace the gas valve. Even if you get it to reset, you may be facing this again so replace the valve. Make sure you get a valve designed for the correct gas (L.P. or Natural Gas) because the gas valve is not convertable.

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