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    heatliner

    at least i think that was the name of the product.

    where can i get parts for one of these?

    i need a thermocouple, and pilot assembly ASAP

    any help much appreciated. i have model and serial wrote down somewhere, but need to do some more looking to find it
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    model = GCD60L
    serial = GA597863

    thanks much for any info
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    Beach,most fireplace controls and parts are not specific to their manufacturer.Could it be you have a Heatilator ?If you are sure you have a thermocouple,rather than a thermopyle,the only unusual one I have seen compared to HVAC models is shorter with a tip that steps narrow at the end,this is not an unusual fireplace part.Can you post a photo for me?
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    Smile HL

    This is a Heatilator Caliber 36" LP gas direct vent fireplace. It takes a very special pilot assy. and their thermocouple. If you substitute a non-oem TC or pilot, you void the warranty and listing of the appliance. Contact HL Tech Services and provide them with the model#, serial# and if you find the 4 digit mfg. date code. They can put you in touch with your nearest HL dealer or you can contact your nearest FireSide Hearth & Home. Even if you find the FHH, I recommend going through HL Tech to confirm the correct part # for that model yr. Fp.

    FHH Greensboro: 336-274-1663
    FHH Chapel Hill: 919-319-9411
    I don't have the public phone for HL on me---I call the dealer hotline! ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hearthman View Post
    This is a Heatilator Caliber 36" LP gas direct vent fireplace. It takes a very special pilot assy. and their thermocouple. If you substitute a non-oem TC or pilot, you void the warranty and listing of the appliance. Contact HL Tech Services and provide them with the model#, serial# and if you find the 4 digit mfg. date code. They can put you in touch with your nearest HL dealer or you can contact your nearest FireSide Hearth & Home. Even if you find the FHH, I recommend going through HL Tech to confirm the correct part # for that model yr. Fp.

    FHH Greensboro: 336-274-1663
    FHH Chapel Hill: 919-319-9411
    I don't have the public phone for HL on me---I call the dealer hotline! ;-)

    HTH and Happy Thanksgiving!
    Hearthman
    thank you very much!! just as i saw the thermocouple and pilot set up i just knew it had to be something off that could only be sourced out through OEM this is great information!! thanks again, hope i can help you out this much in future
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