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Commercial 36" Coaxial Thermopile

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Is the 36" caxial thermophile Tundra No. 41274 the correct part for a Vulcan stove model #260L?

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There are two thermocouples for your unit depending on the year it was made. Please see below.

Thermocouple (Prior to September 2004)
http://www.etundra.com/18__Thermoco...

Thermocouple (September 2004 to Present)
http://www.etundra.com/24__Heavy_Du...

If you are not sure of the year your unit was made, please ask another question and include the serial number or call our sales team for immediate assistance at 1.888.388.6372.
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Is there any  48" or longer than 36" caxial thermophile Tundra No. 41274 ?

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If you get me the manufacturer and model number of your unit I can find you the exact thermopile you need! Please ask another question with the model information included and I will let you know the details on the part you need.
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I ordered thermopile #41274 for use with the 1/2" Bleed type LP Gas combination safety valve in a fryer, the solenoid end does not fit.

Everything fits except the threaded fitting into the solenoid. It is too large. All of the info for the fryer is illegible from age and use. Not even manufacturer available. Should this part fit? Thanks
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Well, if the threaded fitting isn't threading in, then it doesn't fit. You definitely should NOT force it either. Unfortunately, without a make/model number we don't really have a point of reference to help point you in the right direction regarding parts.
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Thermocouples/piles

I have 3 Pitco Fryalators. Ser. # g02gd023125 Model:45c+s . I was wondering if it has both thermopiles AND thermocouples? and could i get the replacement part numbers for either or. Thanks so much!!!!
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Thanks for bringing your question to Tundra Restaurant Supply Drew.

Actually, this 36" Coaxial Thermopile is exactly the part you're looking for! It's the correct replacement thermopile for your Pitco 45C+ model fryalators.

If you have any questions feels free to contact a member of our team at 1-888-388-6372.
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