So we got clever a few months ago and decided to turn off the pilot for our central heat...and now we have a freak icestorm and can't get the thing lit again. :Bawling: Mobile home purchased in 1985. Instructions advise we should "flip up pilot window, flip dial from off to pilot, depress dial while lighting pilot." This all sounds straightforward...but the pilot is really deep in there and there is a breeze inside the furnace! We simply can't get a match close enough to light the pilot without it being blown out. Same issue with a long-nosed lighter. Any thoughts?