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Dante Globe Gas Valve, Key and Floor Plate Kit - Straight - Chrome Finish

Dante Globe Gas Valve, Key and Floor Plate Kit - Straight - Chrome Finish

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Dante
Dante Part Numbers: CP-910-CR-B
Item Number: FSD-CP-910-CR-B
UPC: 728028014099

Features

  • Includes gas valve, floor plate and 3-inch universal key
  • Floor plate and key available in polished brass or chrome finishes
  • Valves machined from solid brass bar stock
  • 1/2 inch NPT inlet and outlet
  • Rated up to 81,700 BTU's
  • CSA certified for both natural gas and propane
  • One-year limited warranty
These globe gas valve kits from Dante provide everything you need for a gas control valve upgrade! They're certified for use with both natural gas and propane by the Canadian Standards Association, and the valves themselves are forged from solid brass bar stock. Each kit includes a gas valve, three-inch universal key, and floor plate, and comes complete with a one-year warranty. Improve your fireplace's beauty and usability with these beautiful gas valve kits.

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Joe P. from Macomb, MI asked:
Gas fireplace has not been used in 12 years. Should the Dante Valve be replaced and unit inspected for safe function?
Gas fireplace has not been used in 12 years. Should the Dante Valve be replaced and unit inspected for safe function?

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Sean from Los Angeles, CA asked:
How do I remove the actual plate of this Dante globe gas valve, key and floor plate kit?
How do I remove the actual plate of this Dante globe gas valve, key and floor plate kit?
The plate should only be hand tight. By pressing the palm of your hand down on the plate firmly and rotating counter-clockwise, the plate should begin to spin loose. You can then continue rotating it until it has been completely removed.
Answered by: Will M.

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