Convertible Gas Valve - SIT 820 Nova for both Natural gas and LP/Propane fuels
Beásure to diagnose your symptoms carefully since valves are often replaced unnecessarily when the problem is actually the thermopile, thermocouple generators or pilot assemblies. We have these parts availableá and you can find them by putting the part name or number in the search box on any page of our web site and clicking search to be led to that page.
This valve comes for use with Natural Gasáor Liquid Propaneábyáremoving and flipping over anáadapterábuilt into the valve. To change - Remove the depth screw from the hi/lo control using an allen head, turn it 180║ and reinsert.
90 Day Warranty
(Please Note: this item typically ships configured for use in a Natural Gas set-up)
If you already have a older version of this valve that needs a Conversion KitáclickáHERE
Nova Sit 820 trouble shooting guide, click HERE
CAUTION - Stove repair can be dangerous with damages to products, property and persons resulting from installation without proper qualifications and training.áThe consumerátakes full responsibility for the proper installation of these parts by qualified technicians and any consequences of their handling this process. Never underestimate the value of a factory trained, licensed and insured technician. Wood Heat Stoves & Solar and the stove manufacturer cannot be held responsible for any damages to products, property or persons resulting from purchasing parts or information from our company.
This is SIT model #0820844 versus the older version that uses conversion kits for fuel changes model #0820652. There are many other models that seem to be nearly identical and may have been designed for specific manufacturers but may still beáinterchangeable. We don't have specific cross references but have not heard from customers finding these difficulties in mismatching.á
Be sure you are ordering per the make and model of you stove and applicable part list as gas valves ARE NOT RETURNABLE.
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 06 November, 2006.