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Need circular heat deflector, 34" in diameter for DCS heater, model #PHSS-DW-GN-L

Need to replace the 34" circular heat deflector on our DCS Professional Patio Heater

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SOURCE: I´ve lost the switch for my dcs patio heater.

can you get me the model # and all info please?
and i will check with my ocntacts to see if we can get you one

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thermo-coupler (cheapest to fix) or valve

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