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Heater won t stay lite release button dies out

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make model replacement thermocouple

NOTE: that it is NOT a 'thermo coupler', one word, 'thermocouple'.

You can also make sure the pilot just is clean and giving a good flame. Also make sure the hood over the flame hasn't moved or dropped off.

Please always include FULL 'make model (what it is)' in all questions. It really helps us to provide better, and more accurate answers Kenneth.
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