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Pilot light seems to have gone out in the wind and I don't know how to re-ignite it

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Get long lighter such as kind for BBQ pits and turn gas knob to Pilot and hold it down. Once pilot is lit hold button still for 30 seconds then release and turn valve to on. If pilot keeps going off.. the problem is a bad thermocouple

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