Help with thermocouple yearling palomino

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    Harkavagrant New Member

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    I've found the service manual but can't see anything about the thermocouple. Will post photos of what I have
     
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    What are you asking exactly?
     
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    Is it the fridge or the heater? Looks like pictures of both?
     
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    rabird Howdy!

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    front of furnace and back of fridge.
     
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    Thats what i though , both bad at once? Seems like there could be more to this like a regulator problum. Does the stove work?
     
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    rabird Howdy!

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    on the fridge, one end the thermocouple resides in the FLAME that can be seen via the sight hole

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    on the furnace, the electrode is attached to the wire on the front.
     
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    thank you. honestly the why pictures of both sold me on it. so it isnt a normal thermocouple either. havnt checked the fridge, its the heater and i just followed the gas line. so the electrode in the front is what causes the spark, is there no type of thermocoupler for the heater?
     
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    The heater is a DSI system. No thermocouple. What are you asking? Doesn't the heater work?
     

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