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I have a remington 30,000 btu propane air heater that ive used 3 times in 3 years.it wont stay running unless i hold the fuel switch all the time once i release the switch the flame goes out.any help on how to fix this problem?

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You need a new THERMOCOUPLE. They seem to be out of business. I would try a Heating and Cooling Supplier and try to match it up with what they have in stock.

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