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    White-Rodgers High-Capacity Gas Safety Pilot Valve with Knob

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    List Price: $179.99
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    • Rated for temperatures up to 225º
    • Can handle up to 142,000 BTUs
    • Includes knob
    • Suitable for use with propane and natural gas systems
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    Product Details
    Manufacturer: White-Rodgers
    Part Number: 100-HC
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: HPC-100-HC

    Features

    • Rated for temperatures up to 225º
    • Can handle up to 142,000 BTUs
    • Includes knob
    • Suitable for use with propane and natural gas systems
    This safety pilot valve by White Rodgers is rated for temperatures up to 225°. It is a high capacity valve that can handle up to 142,000 BTU and is appropriate for use with both propane and natural gas systems. The valve comes with a knob for foolproof operation. This item is suitable for use as a replacement for a similar worn valve or as a component in a newly constructed system. Observe all safety codes and regulations during installation of this part.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    2 Questions & 2 Answers
    Terry
    from Castro Valley, CA asked:
    February 20, 2015
    What size of piping is required to meet the inlet/outlet thread requirement of this safety pilot valve?
    1 Answer
    Per the manufacturer, this valve is tapped for 1/2 N.P.T. piping.
    Submitted by: eFireplaceStore on February 20, 2015

    Janet
    from St Charles, MO asked:
    June 28, 2013
    How does the knob work when you use it to light the pilot?
    1 Answer
    In order to light the pilot, rotate the knob to the position that will allow you to push it in. While pushing in the knob, hold a match or lighter just above the pilot tube until a flame appears from the tube. Continue holding the knob in for an additional 30 seconds. You can now release the knob and the pilot should remain lit. The knob can then be rotated to the "on" position to light the main burner. Rotating back to the "pilot" position will turn the burner off, but allow the pilot to remain lit. Rotating to the "off" position will extinguish the pilot as well.
    Submitted by: Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on June 28, 2013

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