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Need part I need the part with the 2 yellow wires that mount to the board I beleive it is the ignitor. The other end goes by the nosal and has the prob on the end of it. Thanks Steve

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If you are looking for a All-Pro part I suggest you contact Master Parts at 800-446-1446 or you can find them online at www.masterparts.net. I hope this helps!

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Welcome back to FixYa. My name is Max and I'm the expert that chose your problem to fix. If you are satisfied with my service, I'd appreciate a rating of FixYa, since it's our highest rating. Now on to the problem:

You can download the owner's manual directly from this link:

http://www.4shared.com/file/83346916/1a21a714/123919-01A.html


Additionally, you can order your part from the following distributor, who handles All Pro parts:

http://www.masterdist.net/allproheaters

Thanks again for using FixYa!





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