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15k Dual Burner Valve Brass Part Number 10090020

Thor Kitchen 10090020

Quick Specs

  • Type: Misc Range Accessories
  • Energy Star Rated: No
  • Part includes ignition switch.
  • Single burner valve for HRD, HRG and HRT 36/48 Models
  • Used for previous generation models.
  • Brass valve serial range HRG4808 serial prior to 7195 HRD4803 serial prior to 4417 HRG3618 serial prior to 6413 HRD3606 serial prior to 2090 HRG3080 serial prior to 4876 HRD3088 serial prior to 1270 HRT4806 serial prior to 250 HRT3618 serial prior to 4320

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