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Why Does the Pilot Light Extinguish?
Why Does the Pilot Light Extinguish?

Gas powered appliances, such as furnaces, will utilize a pilot light that always remains lit. If it is not lit then the appliance will not be able to do its job, like heating your home. Pilot lights may lose their flames from time to time and it's important to know why they ...

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