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Low V Mechanical Tstat, 50 to 90F, White

DAYTON

Price: $22.02 / each

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  • Item # 4PU51
  • Mfr. Model # 4PU51
  • UNSPSC # 41112209
  • Catalog Page # 4219
  • Shipping Weight 0.25 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemLow Voltage Thermostat
  • Terminal DesignationsR, W
  • System SwitchingNo
  • Fan SwitchingNo
  • Automatic ChangeoverNo
  • Dual Transformer CompatibleNo
  • Power MethodHardwired
  • Voltage24VAC
  • 750mV CompatibleYes
  • MountingHorizontal
  • Height3-1/4"
  • Width3-1/16"
  • Depth1-1/8"
  • ColorWhite
  • Control Range50 Degrees to 90 Degrees F
  • FeaturesMercury Free
  • For Use WithGas, Oil, (250-750 Millivolt and 30VAC) Heat Only System
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My fireplace (actually, it's a gas stove that looks like an old wood-burning stove) thermostat has failed. The only nameplate information I can find is as follows:

Comfort Control
CC200 - Heat Only
250 Millivolts to 30 VAC Max

I see from the specs that this Grainger thermostat can be used for 750 Millivolt applications, but can it be used on a fireplace?
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I am not able to find any information related to the CC2200 fireplace thermostat. Part number 4PU51 is designed to be used on heating equipment controlled by 750 milivolts or
24-30 volts. I cannot guarantee this thermostat will work in your application. You may want to contact the manufacture of the fireplace to find out what the require for a control.

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I've used a hunter thermostat on them for years. I need a replacement and can't find the same one. It needs to open and close a wire connected to the on/off switch on the gas log valve. Info on this Dayton thermostat says it works on 250 millivolts but the gas logs just need a closed circuit. I haven't been able to find how many millvolts the thermocouple puts out activating the gas valve, or if that voltage is sent thru the on/off contacts. All gas logs should work on same principal. The on/off contacts work fine. The logs are standard. The switch positions are 1) Top position on. 2) Middle is off and 3) Bottom position is auto connected to thermostat. I am not having any luck locating the correct thermostat. Grangers is my best hope for a solution
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Typically most gas log thermostats all operate on a 750 Mv system which means that this thermostat will work on gas logs by closing the contacts and energizing the valve.

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