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I have a Dayton 110,000 BTU need back plate

I have a Dayton 110,000 BTU and the back where filter is the plastic plate where the air is pulled in has two cracks and will not let it fire. I know it is this plate because I removed on from my other heater and it will run with the new plate. Model 3e218d Need to find this part

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Look up Grainger or WW Grainger on the web they should be able to help you find the part.

Posted on Jan 06, 2010

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