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Cuts out in 10 seconds

After pilot light has ignited flame it burns out in about 10 seconds

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You may want to replace the regulator

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once you can see the parts and know where they are then we can help a little maybe
You have to find the gas valve on it is a knob that should have on off pilot you would turn that to pilot and push down hold for about 30 seconds
Before doing that you will see three tubes coming from the valve one big one and two smaller ones follow the bigger of the two small ones
At the very end of that is the pilot light (it will not be burning ) After holding the pilot knob down fro 30 sec place a flame/match near that opening at the end of the tube you followed a small flame should start ,this may take several attempts to light
If this is an electric type you would do the same thing only you should see a button that says push or igniter so you would hold the pilot button down and then push and release push and release igniter until the pilot lights once it comes on and burns for a few seconds release the pilot knob and turn the knob to on
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