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HEATER IS JUNKY

PILOT WILL NOT STAY ON AND THE HEATER WILL ONLY WORK IF ALL THE TILES ARE LIT UP AND THE KNOB HAS TO BE ON THREE BEFORE IT WILL LIGHT UP

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    Same problem. Pilot will not stay lit, blow out the jets?

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Sounds like you have a blockage to the main jet. If you have a compressor just blow the jet out from the top and with a bit of luck it will clear it. If not you may need to remove the outer covering and find the pipe to the main jet and again using compressed air just blow it out. Usually not much goes wrong with these apart from blockages every now and then and most of the servicing places just blow them out with compressed air. Just make sure if you remove a pipe you tighten the pipe up properly when re-fitting it. Hope this helps.

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