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We have 14 ProCom heaters, second cold season...we are having trouble keeping some of the pilot light lit and shutting off after several seconds. The gas pressure in the building is 7.5 lbs and the building is on the same meter with heaters that are failing are distributed throughout building. Apt #1, #6, #9, & #11. We have cleaned each unit with cloth and canned air. Need help

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The pilots should be clean ,they should be playing on the thermocouple if this is so then it could be new thermocouples if it was a pressure problem nothing would work , as it 1 , 6, 9 ,11, it could just be dirty pilots hope this helps

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