Question about Heating & Cooling
HSI stands for "Hot Surface Igniter" and they operate with line voltage, be careful. Grainger or any heating supply house near your location all stock them. Take the old one with you. There are many different styles and shapes but they all work the same way and do the same thing. Please rate this answer for me. Thank you. Roger
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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