1820 Series 90 Degree Left Pilot Zoom

1820 Series 90 Degree Left Pilot

SKU:1820-039

Brand: Robertshaw

Robertshaw
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$20.65
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Features: 90 Degree Left

Description for Robertshaw 1820-039

The 1820 Series Uni-Kits are designed to replace those hard-to-find ITT-General PG9 type pilots. Each Uni-Kit comes with a natural gas orifice installed and a separate L.P. gas orifice. A special 1/4" tubing adaptor is provided that allows use of original tubing with nut and ball sleeve. (No cutting of original tubing is necessary). Uni-Kits are available with and without a 32" thermopile. See Ordering Data. These 1820 Pilot Uni-Kits are aerated type pilots, combining the best feature of an incinerator type pilot and a target type pilot. These pilots have non-linting characteristics, and no air shutters or supplementary shields requiring assembly or adjustment are needed.

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1820 Series 90 Degree Left Pilot

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5.0

Great Product

By Bocolo

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        Comments about 1820 Series 90 Degree Left Pilot:

        I ordered this pilot kit along with the Rheem Thermopile. It worked like a charm!! My dilemma was not knowing what kind of brand of boiler I had. Just looking at the picture and comparing to what my boiler had I was able to purchase this kit, received it promptly and had heat in the house within an hour of receiving it. Very easy to replace the old one. Replacing the pilot kit, the thermopile and the pilot tube on the boiler at a cost of about $80.00 was the best thing I could do. The boiler now works as if new and I had no need to pay anyone to install these. Very easy to replace. Just look at your current set up and remove and replace each part. All I needed to use was a screwdriver and a wrench.

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