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Find a part

I think this part is a spark ignitor
it is ceramic "L" shaped
it has two yellow leads about 15 inches long
part number on it 0634-3

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  • macky81049 Nov 20, 2008

    ok i got a serial # WP060X5UZ 155.000 BTU
    MASTER forced air heater
    i need to locate a part that came from it
    the # stamped on it is 0634-3
    it appears to be ceramic with two yellow leads on it. spark ignitor maybe



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Purchase the spark ignitor from the above link--

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Can you explain again the whole problem, many thanks.

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