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I'm looking for a replacement thermocouple. 

I'd love to know if I can easily source something like in the picture in Thailand. 

I don't know the part number yet, but if anyone knows of a thermocouple shop that would be great.

The destruction manual said to test it with a mv meter from the tip to the copper gas pipe at the bottom and the reading should be 15mv with the pilot ignite switch depressed. The reading was near 0mv.

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That’s what she said last night !! 😬

There's a sticker on it that says, in many languages ' DANGER. Teachers should NOT be stuffing with things they no squat all about!'

😲 Perhaps a doctor rather than a tradie is required.

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9 minutes ago, carlyai said:

I've replaced a thermocouple in our gas hob before, but this one is a different looking beast. 

 

Pop him out and let the dog see the rabbit.

 

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10 minutes ago, Crossy said:

 

Pop him out and let the dog see the rabbit.

 

Will do. I ordered the one of Lazada as well. Thanks again.

Never heard that one before....must be quaint Old English?

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Found the part number: EC009. US $74.40. There is an equivalent: 50-3405.

The bit of literature says it is a quick acting thermocouple. 

I would guess that the gas hob thermocouple are quick acting as well. 

I don't feel inclined to pay US $ 74 plus freight etc at the moment.

I think I'll wait for the one from Lazada to arrive and see if my local gas man can change the thermocouple head over.

 

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4 minutes ago, carlyai said:

I think I'll wait for the one from Lazada to arrive and see if my local gas man can change the thermocouple head over.

 

Like cats, you can't take them apart.

 

The "universal" one has a good chance of fitting (or able to be made to fit).

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3 hours ago, carlyai said:

I'm looking for a replacement thermocouple. 

I'd love to know if I can easily source something like in the picture in Thailand. 

I don't know the part number yet, but if anyone knows of a thermocouple shop that would be great.

The destruction manual said to test it with a mv meter from the tip to the copper gas pipe at the bottom and the reading should be 15mv with the pilot ignite switch depressed. The reading was near 0mv.

This may be a daft question ... have you tried cleaning it.

 

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