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Thermopile, Two Lead, 36" Long

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Thermopile, Two Lead, 36" Long

Item #: WBB211051

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The 1950 and 1951 Thermopiles (pilot generators) are designed for use on self-powered gas control systems. They can be used to replace all Robertshaw and similar competitive devices. Models are available for two lead or coaxial type connection. All models include mounting nuts. 1950's are also known as TP-75. 1951's are also known as CP-2 500-600 millivolts.

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    • BRANDRobertshaw
    • LENGTH INCHES36
    • OUTPUT250-750 Millivolts
    • APPLICATIONThermo-Piles
    • LIMITED WARRANTY YEARS1

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Having problems turning my fireplace on. Suspect the wall switch and thermopile. The thermopile has an unloaded output of 320 millivolts (those in your catalog were 600-750 mv). Can I receive info on installing a new one. How difficult is it? Also what is the difference between a millivolt switch and a wall switch to control millivolt valve controllers.

Question Asked By: Herman , Cumming, GA , January 06, 2012

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I have submitted a question regarding thermopiles. Where do I view answers?

Question Asked By: Herman , Cumming, GA , December 01, 2011

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