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Does this fit a really old 900 series ?
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Is this the thermostat and regulator all in one?
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Does this fit a really old 900 series ?
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Is this the thermostat and regulator all in one?
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Will this thermostat work with my Vulcan G36 range?
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I would like to know if the thermostat can be repair and if you sell the kit to fix it.

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Blodgett FDTH Thermostat w/ 300° - 650° Range

FDTH type thermostat; 300° - 650° F temperautre range; 3/16" x 14 3/4" bulb; 48" capillary tube; 1/2" NPT gas in/out
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blogget oven model i believe is 988

need to know if this is the right part for this oven, it looks like the one in place, but need to make sure
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I would love to help you find the replacement thermostat for your Blodgett oven but the model number you provided does not exist. Please double check the model and serial number of your oven. When I have the correct model information I can assist you in finding the correct part.
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what is the difference between FDTH and FDH thermostat?

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Both are for high temp applications. FDTH has a throttling gas control, FDH has Snap-throttle gas control. Hope this helps!
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