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I have a workforce propane heater model # HD45R and I need a thermocouple for it.

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I found this, but it's old. Wrong model as well, but phone the number

NEED THERMOCOUPLE FOR WORKFORCE HD80A
Part # 2303105
Call 1-800-810-1463 to order

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SOURCE: Need a replacement thermocouple for my DynaGlo Pro

All thremocouples have a number on them which tells what 'millivolt' output it has. Try to match that up or call a HVAC company and ask them for one with that number.

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Posted on Oct 05, 2009

SOURCE: Where is the model # located on my Comfort Glow propane heater?

Usually it is a metal plate stamped to the unit.
Most common places to find it is usually located where the gas
valve and burner is located, it could be hooked to a chain.

Sometimes it is located on the side.
-Good Luck

Posted on Jan 08, 2010

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SOURCE: I need a thermocoupler for a model 250A propane

Thermocouples are available at most propane distributors, however, they "may" require a gasfitting license to sell it to you. You may however, be ablr to find one at Home Depot or another similar type dept store. Thanks, Dana

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SOURCE: NEED THERMOCOUPLE FOR WORKFORCE HD80A

Part # 2303105
Call 1-800-810-1463 to order

Posted on Jan 18, 2011

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