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Do you see the tag like in the manual below and across from series is the model. under specifications
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Posted on Oct 07, 2020
It seems that your heater is not sensing the flame is lit and is shutting gas supply off. There should be what is called a flame sensor, it is a thin pc. of metal that sticks out into where the flame when lit.
This usually gets charred and dirty, if you unscrew it and clean it with a soft cloth then re-insert it, it will get you by. You should get a new sensor when you have a chance.
Good luck and be sure to disconnect from any power source or turn unit completely off when orking on it.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
We had a problem keeping the pilot light to stay on, and this site recommended that it could possibly be the thermocoupler that was causing our problems also. We ordered the thermocouple, put it on,hooked it back up and it worked great! Thank you so much.
ordered thermocouple from www.masterparts.net
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
I had the same issue. Iwent to the local harware store and bought heay duty mirror hangers. They work great for only a few bucks.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
If it is a few years old, it could be the thermocouple. These are usually available from Lowes. Take your model/serial # and if you can, take the old part too.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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