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Water Heater Thermocouple 9000056015

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Part #9000056015

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Part Information

Water heater thermocouple 9000056015 is an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) part that fits some gas water heaters in the following series: Kenmore 153; State GPX, GS6, and GSX; AO Smith GCV,GVR, XCV, XGV, XVR and GCN; and Reliance 630 and 640.

Thermocouple 9000056015 monitors the pilot light to ensure it's lit and closes the gas valve if it detects a loss of flame.

To replace, remove the burner door assembly, release the wire connector clip, remove the wire connector, pull out the thermocouple and replace it with the new one; be careful to not bend or alter the position of any pilot assembly components.

Replaces original gas water heater thermocouple parts 9000056 and 6900725.

Reviews

Reviews 4Votes 0
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• 3 years ago
• 3 years ago
Parts to get it done

Glad they had this part. The one i found was too long to work.

deadbrotherbear
SoCalReviews 1Votes 2
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• 5 years ago
deadbrotherbear• 5 years ago
Smooth instalation

I am a big fan of allowing enough time to do the task at hand without having to rush or crawl around on the ground in a cramped, hot, filthy environment...so I removed the entire assembly and moved it to the bench for cleaning and testing. As expected the thermocouple was dead and a replacement was ordered. I waited to remove the old one until I had the new one in hand just in case there were any anomalies between the 2 parts and needed fitment adaptation I had a physical example to guide me. All parts came apart with ease and went back together smoothly. As to be expected with Ridgid plumbing fixtures and stamped sheet metal assemblies a bit of prying and wiggling of parts was necessary although nothing extraordinary.

DJ M Plumber
Shelton, CT 06484Reviews 1Votes 0
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• 2 years ago
DJ M Plumber• 2 years ago
Not correct parts

I am a professional Plumber. I knew what parts were needed. The sales rep insisted I needed to purchase the thermocoupler which would include the thermal protection rod! She was wrong sent parts I did not need and did not include what she stated. I found and ordered what was needed from Lowes. It was here the next day and correct! Know what you need !

Jmcox2012
st. louis moReviews 1Votes 0
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• 5 years ago
Jmcox2012• 5 years ago
sent wrong item

Even though the website said it would fit my waterheater, it is not the right item. The shipping was more than the part . so I will not be attempting to return. be sure you have selected the right item.

Bob27
Atlanta GAReviews 1Votes 0
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• 2 years ago
Bob27• 2 years ago
Wrong Part

Wrong part. Didn’t work. Bought assembly locally, which works.

Sportster_12
El PasoReviews 1Votes 0
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• 2 years ago
Sportster_12• 2 years ago
Wrong part and late

Well I don't know,. how you order a part by model number and waited 12 long days and still ended up with the wrong part, not too happy. That's not enough you call to arrange a return, they say that you will get documents to return the part within 24 hours, well that didn't happen either I'm still waiting. Never again

Reviews 1Votes 0
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• 3 years ago
• 3 years ago
Bad customer service

To make sure they tell you that you need another part to fix the water heater. The technician who came out to fix it was so rude and unprofessional. So my overall service with sears really sucked

Response from Sears PartsDirect:
Social media • 3 years ago

Thank you for taking the time to bring this to our attention! We hate to see that you have had this kind of experience and would love the opportunity to take a look to see how we can help out. Please look out for an email from our team for further assistance. Thank you.

D. Cherry
Maryville, TNReviews 1Votes 1
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• 4 years ago
D. Cherry• 4 years ago
Wrong Part

After waiting 1 week for the part found it to be incorrect. I gave the model number and specified it had to be a left-hand thread and the agent on line still got it wrong.