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I want to know where to buy a thermo coupler for an All Pro SPC 150.

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  • campboss Nov 12, 2009

    Found out they do not have a thermal coupler, spark ignition. Thanks anyway.

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Thermocouples can be purchased at most hardware stores, home depot, etc. The only difference for a thermocouple is the length. There are heavy duty types and regular. I would suggest using a heavy duty thermocouple. Also, it is recommened that thermocouples be changed every 2-3 years to prevent unnecessary failures, which usually occur when you need the unit the most.

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

  • snny1 Oct 25, 2010

    most fire places have coupler mounted on a bracket . coupler without bracket is usless

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