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Looking for: ProCom Model MNO60HBA (about 3 years old) 6000BTU-Natural Gas-Serial#3620775. I want 3 of the plastic like adjuster knobs on top of the heater. Not the igniter button but the one to allow gas in and turn to set the flame and keep it going Thanx.

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You can contact Master Distributors at 800-446-1446. They carry parts for ProCom Units. Thank you

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Control knobs can be purchased from Procom customer service at 877-886-5989. If you can't find them there, call Kozy World's customer service department at 800-776-9425 and tell them you need a control knob for a KWN109 (same size heater, manufactured by Procom, so same control knob).

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