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    Big $$$ Buying Mercury Flame Sensors, $30 each($150 lb!) (Furnace,Heater,Boiler part)

    Buying Mercury Flame Sensors, $30 each (= $150 lb!) Limited time only!
    White Rodgers brand ONLY. Models 3098-134, 3098-xxx, 3049-xxx, 3094-xxx, (xxx can be any number after dash) 3046-5, 30A46-5.


    Payment via paypal once received. These weigh approx. 3 ounces each. Seller pays shipping to 95124.

    These are found on forced air furnace gas valves or water heater gas valves and are easily unplugged from the gas valve.

    You may be able to get your local Heating Contractor to save these for you since they are not supposed to go in normal trash.

    Capillary bulb and tube must be attached with no visible damage. Carefully loosely coil tube for shipping, do not kink!
    Unplug from gas valve. Do not send the gas valve.

    paycashforitnow@gmail.com Email us with your quantity for shipping info.





    flame sensor cross reference Cat_06_pg0081.pdf
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    Note: That is a DOT hazard class 8 .
    You can get into a lot of legal trouble if you do not ship the items properly.
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    Thank you RLS0812 for your reply to our post and the link to your concern about these being a DOT class 8. These are mercury switch/relays and are totally enclosed, leakproof and in sealed metal or plastic units.
    We direct all providers to contact us for packing and shipping info before we provide our shipping address and we have them ship by ground. When shipped by ground they do not require special shipping and there is no legal trouble for shipping them.
    The link you provided https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/49/173.164 states;

    “ 173.164 Mercury (metallic and articles containing mercury).


    (c) (1) …Mercury switches and relays are excepted from these packaging requirements, if they are totally enclosed, leakproof and in sealed metal or plastic units.”

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    Are you still buying.

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    Looks like email is preferred contact method.......doesn't appear buyer frequents forum very often

    paycashforitnow@gmail.com Email us with your quantity for shipping info.

    Full article at Scrap Metal Forum: https://www.scrapmetalforum.com/scrap-buyers-sellers/32477-big-$$$-buying-mercury-flame-sensors-$30-each-$150-lb-furnace-heater-boiler-part.html#ixzz5kz1ro6TB

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