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Most of the time the pilot goes out and that is what it is designed to do. now that the pilot is out and there is no more flame it is safe to remove the pilot tubing from the gas valve. in most cases you will need to remove the burner to replace the thermocouple and so you need to remove the pilot tubing from the gas valve as well. use your 7/16" wrench to do this.

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