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We can't get it to light. The pilot light is lite.

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The problem is the thermogenerator its not producing the plus 250 minivolts required to open the main gas valve..so its like a switch thats set at `off`...once the thermocoupler produces the correct minivolts then the unit will open a valve and allow the main gas to turn on...

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Problem with the thermocoupler its not producing a minivolt of 250 plus that is needed to open the main gas valve

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