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December 03, 11:21 PM [GMT -5]

Thank you. I have done this once before, the hard way, being a contortionist. Never dawned on me to remove entire burner assembly, duh.
Much, much better.

March 24, 7:10 PM [GMT -5]

Much simpler article (with good pictures) than other web sites!!

December 08, 9:40 AM [GMT -5]

Thankyou for the great directions and photos.

July 25, 5:13 PM [GMT -5]

THANK YOU! Not only did this confirm my suspicions on a bad thermocouple, but saved me some hassle with the tips and instruction throughout the article, and a little confidence to do the project myself. Great photos as well. Saved me a bundle from having to call someone out. Thanks again.

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