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We have a Perlick cooler model 7640A-UL and are looking for a temperature control switch. Which would be the best to use to replace it? Thanks.
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can I use this part for the toastmaster heater/proofer model # E9451-HP34CDN
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I don't see the fastener/plug on the thermostat wire that seals the water side of the steam table from the dry outside. Perhaps it is hiding behind t
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Will this stat work??
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can i use this for toastmaster grill?

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Atlas Metal K Type Thermostat

100° - 550° F temperature range; 1/4 in x 5 5/8 in bulb; 36 in capillary tube
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Are thermostats interchangeable with other models. I have an Anvil griddle, do I have to buy the anvil thermostat or will this one work.

Both have the same temp. range, 100 to 550.
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Technically yes, though I would only recommend using another manufacturers thermostat if a service tech was doing the installation. You would then assume all risk with any substitution.
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