I Could Use Some Advice On A White Rogers 36CO3 -300 Gas Valve. I Assume Its Defectiv

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I Could Use Some Advice On A White Rogers 36CO3 -300 Gas Valve. I Assume Its Defectiv

can changing a white rogers 36CO3-300 gas control from natural gas to LP cause pilot gas not to flow in the pushed down pilot position & further could this allow gas to come from pilot when set at "on" even tho the pilot wasnt lit & the thermocouple wasnt even installed yet
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