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Lakewood Oil filled Model 905 circuit board blew

I need a replacement circuit board or control assy for my Lakewood model 905 heater.

My circuit board blew out.

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Re: Lakewood Oil filled Model 905 circuit board blew

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Posted on Apr 21, 2009

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