36" Thermopile Generator w/ PG9 Pilot Adaptor Zoom

36" Thermopile Generator w/ PG9 Pilot Adaptor

SKU:1950-001

Brand: Robertshaw

Robertshaw
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$33.75
/ each
$162.75 / box (5 units x $32.55)
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Connection Type: Two Lead

Description for Robertshaw 1950-001

The 1950 and 1951 Thermopiles (pilot generators) are designed for use on self-powered gas control systems. They can be used to replace all Robertshaw and similar competitive devices. Models are available for two lead or coaxial type connection. All models include mounting nuts.

36" Thermopile Generator w/ PG9 Pilot Adaptor

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5.0

Works perfectly

By Don

from Pasco, WA

Verified Buyer

Comments about 36" Thermopile Generator w/ PG9 Pilot Adaptor:

Have a gas fireplace 12 yrs old. It would not consistently
fire up from pilot when thermostat requested heat I replaced
the thermopile (original was Robert Shaw). Now everything
works like new.

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5.0

great product

By it works

from seattle

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Comments about 36" Thermopile Generator w/ PG9 Pilot Adaptor:

works great

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4.0

as good as expected

By george

from yonkers

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Comments about 36" Thermopile Generator w/ PG9 Pilot Adaptor:

Great product.great transaction.highly recommended.

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5.0

Works as Advertised

By DIYer

from Baltimore, MD

Verified Buyer

Comments about 36" Thermopile Generator w/ PG9 Pilot Adaptor:

Replaced thermopile from 1998 vintage Regency gas fireplace insert. Needed the PG9 adaptor. The outside diameter of the 'pile of new item is smaller than original -- but I cut down an old PG9 to extend the reach and fill-out the inside diameter of the pilot burner. PG9 if 1/4" longer would have worked without this "fix." Otherwise, the 'pile works just fine.

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5.0

Just what we needed

By Mike

from Homer, NY

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Comments about 18" Thermopile Generator w/ PG9 Pilot Adaptor:

We have a gas fireplace insert the company that makes it is out of business. We needed to get it fixed so I went online looking for this thermopile. Lucky for us we found PexSupply.com they had just the part we needed. Fireplace is working great. Thank you PexSupply.com.

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5.0

Worked as expected

By JM

from Ashland MA

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Comments about 18" Thermopile Generator w/ PG9 Pilot Adaptor:

Worked as expected

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5.0

Replacement Thermopile

By Wilbur

from Upstate,NY

Verified Buyer

Comments about 36" Thermopile Generator w/ PG9 Pilot Adaptor:

Easy swap, direct replacemant for a failing unit. Bought 2 so as to have a spare,northeast winters are no time to take chances with your furnace.

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5.0

Works Like a Champ

By PNW Homeowner

from Vancouver,WA

Verified Buyer

Comments about 36" Thermopile Generator w/ PG9 Pilot Adaptor:

I replaced the thermocoupler and thermopile on my Superior fireplece insert. The part numbers for Superior would not research so after a thorough web search I decided on this Robertshaw thermopile. It is identical to the one I replaced.[...] I would shop here again.

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  • 36" Thermopile Generator w/ PG9 Pilot Adaptor

    Q:

    I have a Superior Fireplace Company, model GHC 5500 (natual gas) fireplace. The pilot light will stay on for quite a while (sometimes 15 minutes or so) before extinguishing and will sometimes relight almost right away. I think the thermopile generator is faulty (maybe ?) and it looks like it is this model. The manual makes ref. to Robertshaw Controls millivolt systems but does not specify the part no. for the thermopile gen. alone (only as part of the pilot/generator combo. TP-75). The store in our town has one for sale at $73 !!! and its NON RETURNABLE. Can you tell me if this product is the right thermopile for my fireplace?
    Asked on 12/9/2010 by WayMor from St. Paul, Alberta, Canada

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      A:

      You can either use the Robertshaw 1950-532 or the Honeywell Q313A1139 or Q313A1170.

      Answered on 12/15/2010 by PexSupply Staff from NY
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I have a Superior fireplace insert as well, DVR-5000 series. I used this part to replace their part number 094699. I would say that this part would replace your themopile but I would suggest that your problem is more likely a thermocouple failing. The theromocouple is a "quick-shutoff" for the pilot light. The Thermopile is a separate device used to turn the main gas valve on. The thermopile creates 250 - 750 millivolts between it's two leads. This voltage is needed to function "ON" the main gas valve. The themocouple costs somewhere in the $10.00 range so maybe replacing both is the better solution. Heck , you've got the fireplace apart, may as well do the whole job, eh! The price of both is still less than the $73.00 your neighborhood outlet wanted.

      Answered on 1/26/2011 by PNW Homeowner from Vancouver,WA
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      Can't say for certain, BUT remove the original and compare. I had same issue with a Regency insert and took a gamble based on pricing. Had to adapt the PG9 to work with the original style pilot burner. Got it installed and works fine. Buy one and try it. If the other item is an exact replacement, it may be worth the extra cost in case there are fitment issues like mine. Good luck !!

      Answered on 11/28/2011 by DIYer from Baltimore, MD
  • 36" Thermopile Generator w/ PG9 Pilot Adaptor

    Q:

    I have a Williams Furnes Modle number 25GV-S will this work for the pilot generator or do you have some thing else
    Asked on 9/17/2010 by Bill from Santa Maria

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