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Thermostat went out what is the part # I need for replacement

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I just replaced my thermostat on model # 75RB and it was part
# 2923-S

You can call U-Line and they will help you out and point you to a parts distributor or you can find it on the internet.

Posted on Aug 07, 2010


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