Patio Comfort Heater Parts
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Fix Number FIX10435463
Manufacturer Part Number 1018This is an authentic Patio Comfort replacement part. This thermocouple is commonly used in heaters. Thermocouples act as temperature and flame sensors. When the flame inside your heater goes out the thermocouple signals for the fuel valve to close. This helps prevent a dangerous build-up of unburned fuel inside the machine. Due to heat exposure this part maybe become less effective over time, therefore it is important to regularly check it and replace it as needed. You will need basic hand tools to install this replacement part.
Fix Number FIX10435464
Manufacturer Part Number 1019This is a genuine Patio Comfort replacement part. This pilot assembly is commonly used in heaters. The main function of the pilot assembly is to light the fuel air mixture in the combustion chamber of your heater. If your pilot assembly is not working your pilot will not light, and your heater will not operate. This is why it is important to regularly inspect and clean your pilot assembly You will need basic hand tools to install this replacement part.
Fix Number FIX10435461
Manufacturer Part Number 1016This is a genuine OEM replacement part sourced directly from Patio Comfort. This pilot assembly is most often used in heaters. The pilot assembly lights the fuel air mixture that travels into the combustion chamber of the heater. This is where the flame burns that produces the heat that get radiated from your heater. If you have a pilot that isn?t working your heater may be difficult to start, or it might not operate at all. This is why you need to make sure you are regularly inspecting the pilot assembly in your heater. You will need basic hand tools to install this replacement part.
Fix Number FIX10435469
Manufacturer Part Number 1023This is an authentic OEM replacement part sourced directly from Patio Comfort. This thermoelectric valve is commonly used in heaters. This valve is a safety mechanism that uses temperature to determine when to open and close. This mechanism prevents an unsafe build-up of unburned fuel, when a flame is not present the valve will close and stop the flow of fuel into the heater. You will need basic hand tools to install your thermoelectric valve.
Tube Assembly For Burner
Fix Number FIX10435468
Manufacturer Part Number 1022-07This is an authentic OEM replacement part sourced directly from Patio Comfort. This tube assembly is commonly used with the burner inside patio heaters. This tube connects the thermoelectric valve to the base fitting for the burner. When the thermoelectric valve is open fuel flows through this tube, into the burner and is lit by the pilot. When the valve is closed no fuel is flowing through this tube. The tube is made of metal, and it is sold individually. You will need basic hand tools to install this replacement part.
Fix Number FIX10435460
Manufacturer Part Number 1015This is a genuine OEM replacement part sourced directly from Patio Comfort. This electrode is commonly used in the burner assembly of patio heaters. An electrode like this is a conductor that works to close the electrical circuit. It makes contact with the non-metallic part of the circuit. This helps the flow of voltage, and helps create the circuit needed to create the spark that lights the pilot. This electrode is sold individually.
Fix Number FIX10435479
Manufacturer Part Number 1033This is an authentic Patio Comfort replacement part. Piezo igniters are commonly used in heaters. This ignitor uses high pressure to create an electrical charge. There is a little spring loaded hammer inside this switch, when you press the button it hit a piece of quartz crystal. This contact creates a high voltage and through electrical discharge it lights the fuel inside your heater. This igniter produces a spark every time you press the button. Over time the ignitor will wear down, if your heater will not start up you might find that this ignitor is no longer producing a spark, at which point it will need to be replaced. You will need basic hand tools to install this part.