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When relit, the water heater pilot light flame should wrap around the thermocouple bulb. To reattach the three lines to the gas valve, thread the nuts into place with your fingers and hand-tighten them. Then snug them up with a quarter to half revolution with a wrench.Why water heater pilot does not stay on?
A water heater not staying lit can be cause by many reasons. The most common of which is a bad thermocouple or, one that has a loose connection at the gas valve. Sometimes too the thermocouple may not be properly placed in the pilot flame causing problems as well.How does a pilot light go out on a water heater?
If the pilot light is out of adjustment or the thermocouple is faulty, it closes a valve to prevent unburned gas from filling the home. If the homeowner has not serviced the water heater, carbon builds up around the gas opening for the pilot light. The carbon makes it difficult for the flame to burn.