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Can't find a new thermocoupler to fit

My model says it is a 153110. is it the same?

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Hello. Here is the manual for your heater http://dl.owneriq.net/6/6cebe42d-7e83-e514-e14f-b67f0f50a096.pdf

In that manual is a toll free number so you can call the company directly and order the theremocouple you need. Joe

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