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Pilot won't stay lit I have changed the thermo coupler

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Make sure the thermocouple is in the pilot flame,if it does not stay on after that,replace the regulator.

Posted on Nov 16, 2009

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    Ronny Bennett Sr. Nov 16, 2009

    Also try cleaning the pilot out,and burners with compressed air.

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