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Gas Fire Thermocouple

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by steveo44, 27 Jan 2019.

  1. steveo44

    steveo44

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    Hi I’m looking for advice on how to replace a gas fire thermocouple?

    Please see the attachment for the gas fire model.
     

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  2. Dan Robinson

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    Call a professional. These are NOT thermocouples.

    The fact that you think it is shows that you are not competent to be touching it.
     
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    Its a safety device we are not allowed to give you advice on here regarding it, site rules not anyone being uppity
     
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    Phone an RGI tell them the details of that badge. Verine went bust years ago and BFM \ Kinder bought the assets. They may or may not have parts.

    BUT, if was local, I would probably have it running in minutes, to test, but would have agreed with you that you would have and pay for a “proper” service.

    The part in question rarely fails beyond repair. But if your RGI tells me the number, I may well have one in stock.
     
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