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Mod# PRV 40 NOV1 Ser# f96414537 year 1994

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state water heater  Mod# PRV 40 NOV1 Ser# f96414537 year 1994 bough a part I thought was it, but the bracket has the wrong angle.

I search the mod# PRV 40 and get the same wrong part.  Water Heater #9003542 Nat Gas Pilot Assembly

if you can please tell me what my part number is Thank You

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According to State that part does not exist

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Part numbers

9000876 = 18"

9000056= 24"

9000283= 26"

9000496=30"

Thermocouple

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According to State that part does not exist

 

Reliance 9003542

http://www.amazon.com/Reliance-Water-Heater-9003542-Assembly/dp/B000XOEZ9U/ref=cm_cr_pr_pb_i

Natural Gas Pilot Assembly,

Works On The Following Water Heater Model #'s:

6-30-Yors,

6-30-Yors-d,

6-30-Yort-d,

6-40-Yort-d,

6-30-Yort4,

6-50-Yort4,

Temperature Setting 190°ree.,

Please Make Sure To Use The Corresponding Pilot Assembly To The Water Heater,

Refer To The Tag On The Original Pilot Assembly To Match With The New Pilot Assembly.

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Oh the whole assembly. My bad

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I'd never put parts into a tank that old. 20 years is near the top end of the expected life. 8-12 is common here in upstate NY.

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