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Need a replacment part for an Arctic Sun patio heater

I have a Arctic Sun bullet style, stainless, piezo ignition, patio heater.  I was I need the thermocoupler components.  While cleaning a spiderweb out of the pilot light assembly, the thermocoupler broke off.  I have a PDF with pictures of the Unit and the problem if you'd like to take a look.  How sells replacement parts for Arctic patio heaters

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Hi, First check if you have a full tank and that the pipes are clear of any insects, water or debris. Next see if you have a spark where the pilot is, if you can hear the piezo clicking but cannot see a spark then check the lead. Sometimes the lead can get loose and short out lower down and prevent the spark from reaching the pilot. You may need to take the lead out to fully check. If you have a spark and gas is reaching the pilot then check the tilt switch, if faulty it can turn the gas valve off. To check you can just short out the tilt switch, found this site very useful patio heater problem solving.

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