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- ItemGas Valve
- BtuH Capacity70,000
- Valve TypeStandard Opening
- Coil Volts750mV
- Gas TypeNG/LP
- Inlet Size1/2"
- Outlet Size1/2"
- LP Conversion KitNo
- Side TapsYes
- Inlet Pressure TapYes
- Reducer Bushing Kit(2) 1/2 X 3/8"
- Ambient Temp. Range-40 to 175 Degrees F
- Amps AC.2
- Pressure Setting Range3.5" WC
- For Use WithRV's And Other Applications With Limited Space
- Includes(2) 1/2 X 3/8" Reducer Bushings
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The 710-502 looks identical to the valve I currently have installed. The terminals and wiring are identical. However, my valve has a thermocouple which screws into a fitting and the photos I see of the 710-502 have a wire from the terminal block to a plug type connector instead of a threaded fitting.
Is the thermocouple replaced on this valve with the thermopile only?
The type of thermopile the new valve accepts is different now. You will want to look at part number 2E446. This is a 750 milivolt thermocouple with spade terminals.
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