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I need to replace the thermo couple on an +10 year old Phoenix Professional Patio Heater. Is this a standard item or are they different by heater model?

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A thermo couple is universal can get at lowes/Home depto

Posted on Aug 28, 2010

  • MARK BIALLAS
    MARK BIALLAS May 12, 2011

    No you can't. Patio heater thermocouple are not universal. There are about 5 different thermocouples unique to there specific valve. We stock all parts for the DCS Phoenix. WWW.THEHEATERGUYS.COM

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