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Piot light will go out

I light the pilot for the fryer (Frymaster GF14 ), and will have to come back to relight the pilot,the next day, pilot stays lit, nice blue flame on each first light, this is a commercial fryer in a resturant.

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Its likley to be the thermal cut out playing up its not holding the gas on as its getting week a new one will sort this problem out first time

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You may have a defective thermocoupler or a draft problem

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