I have a old "in the wall" style heater. It's getting hot here, 100 degrees today...
So, I need to turn off the pilot light on my heater because I will no longer need to use the heater in the Summer. I've already located a label with possible directions but it is worn and un-readable from old age.
When I remove the cover on the heater, this is what I see:
Would turning either of those 2 valves cause the pilot light to turn off??
If so which valve, and how much do I need to turn it??
THANKS IN ADVANCE!!!!