How to Troubleshoot a Napoleon Gas Fireplace That Won't Stay Lit?

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You can troubleshoot a Napoleon gas fireplace that won't stay lit by checking the pilot light. You can also check the gas insert. Sometimes, it is sputtering.
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Clean the thermocouple . If that don't work change it. It is the copper rod that the pilot light hits. A wire runs from it to the regulator . Anonymous ...
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