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I am working on an original steam heat boiler. It is a min 250k BTU Max 500k BTU Roberts Gordon model "84-z Nat" gas burner I'm dealing with now. I know it's pretty old, probably converted from coal in the 40's or 50's. I got the boiler working 5 years ago and it's been working great. Now I have a problem with it turning on and off about every 5 seconds. Troubleshooting lead me to think the pilot light isn't right and is turning off the solenoid when it gets hot. I'm at a loss to figure this out, and would like to get it running smoothly. What are my options? Would it be better to bring it up to code and install a new pilot light, meter, shutoff or just replace the part that is malfunctioning? This house will eventually be made into a b&b, so codes may be more important.