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If you mean the gas wont turn on after trying to light it could also be a bad thermocouple , it can't feel the heat so it wont open the main gas valve , this is a cheep fix

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This is due to the capillary of the thermostat being broken and therefore the thermostat needs replacing

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good guess,
but i would check the gas valve coils, they sit right on top on the gas valve, they both open to open the gas valve once you have burn one drops out, from your description, it sounds like your hold coil is bad
and will not HOLD the valve open,
although only one may be bad, I would replace both as a pair, since the bad one does pit extra strain on the good one when the valve opens
so there is no telling how good the boost actual is
since it sounds like you have a good idea of what your doing, you can get the parts at appliancepartspros dot com
type in the model number
and look in the gas control section

hope this help
have a great day

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