Thats one of my favourite gas valves for older furnaces.
The nice thing about the valve you've chosen is that next time you have a pilot or gas valve problem, that eco on the side gives you a connection point to measure both the strength of the thermocouple while its still connected to the gas valve and the strength of the gas valve pilot electro magnet with a drop out test.
Hey Ben Thanks for all your help. I got all your parts you recomended plus a 3" and 10" nipple from Grainger it cost me about $150.00 I got one of the Plumbing, Heating /Hvac guys from the devlopment i work at come over and and swap it over it took him 45 minutes "no charge" cause i let him hang out in my shop away from everyone when he has to work the night shift. I cant thank you enough Ben two thumbs up to you
good to hear...........glad all the parts worked out....stay warm and safe this winter season......ben sr
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