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It is possible that your 630 Eurosit 0630545 needs a deep cleaning or a replacement part. The loud poof sound could be caused by a buildup of dirt and debris in the burner or a faulty part. You should contact a qualified technician to inspect the unit and determine the cause of the issue.
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I'm in the middle of this right now. Y'all don't know what you're talking about. The thermocouple you can buy at the local hardware store has a different thread (fine) from the Eurosit TC (coarse) and doesn't fit. Now I'm trying to source a Eurosit TC. Any suggestions?
Sound like it could be flame sensor. This sensor is a rod hooked to a wire where the flame would hit it. Sometimes the sensor gets a coat of film on it. If it is this can clean with dollar bill. Other possibilities is if this is direct vent fireplace (sealed door) could be not getting enough combustion air, but if this just started doing this I wouldn't think it would be lack of combustion enless pipe got plugged somehow.