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Coleman Gravity Floor Furnace need millivolt gas valve & pilot ki

Looking for millivolt gas valve and a millivolt pilot assembly kit for a Coleman Gravity Floor furnace (natural gas). Unit is about 50 years old. Model #2004D. Serial# 16912896. 856 series. 65,000 btu/hr input; 45,500 btu/hr output. Pilot will not stay lit. Coleman quit making unit in the 70's. Trying to see if there are other manufacturer's that make millivolt parts that will be compatible with my unit. Thanks.

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