Water Heater Pilot Light Won't Stay Lit?

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There could be a few reasons why the pilot light on a water heater won't stay lit. This could be due to the light needs to be cleaned or the thermocouple needs to replaced. After cleaning the pilot light and it still won't stay lit, try replacing the thermocouple.
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You need to replace the thermo couple. This little device heats up and creates a small electrical charge that holds the pilot gas valve open. Any other questions about your problem
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1. Turn off the main gas line that feeds the thermostat and turn the thermostat to the "OFF" position. At the bottom of the water heater, remove the outer door that covers
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The small metal cylinder that is heated by the pilot flame, the generator thermopile thermocouple forces 0.25/0.5/0.75 Volt min/typical/max on to the approximately 10 Ohm input resistance
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