Question about Heating & Cooling
You will need a new thermocouple. it allows the pilot to stay on. you can get them at better hardware stores and the come in 18,24 or 36 inch lengths. you can always get a longer one and keep it coiled up. the cost less than $20 and if you are somewhat mechanical, you can change it yourself. It's the copper tube going from the gas valve to the pilot loght, not the aluminum tube.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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