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Honeywell Gas Valve inoperative

Hi
Can anyone help?
I have a Hurlcon gas spa heater with a Honeywell VR8305M4801 gas valve converted to LPG gas.
The regulator on my gas bottle malfunctioned and a large blast of gas came out of the gas valve on the heater.
The heater alarm indicates that the ignition has been locked out.
I cannot get the spa heater to ignight.
Does this indicate that a diafram has ruptured in the gas valve or is this a pressure relief?
Is it repairable?
Any help and solutions would be greatly appreciated.
Many Thanks
Paul
Australia

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Gas valve is probably dead. With the numbers directly off the valve, you may find a place to sell you one. Don't try and repair the valve. Will probably cost as much to by a new one.

Good Luck

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