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This valve is obsolete and unavailable. There are Robert Shaw valves that will fit in tight places but they don't have the piezo igniter. I can point you to some RobertShaw option if you like.
There was a time when there were certified rebuild shops. The last one I knew closed 20 years ago. Nobody repairs valves any more. Not enough money in it and too much liability. I can point you to RobertShaw options that will likely fit in the same space/do the job but none have the built in piezo igniter
What does this valve go to? what is the btu input of the unit? what size is the piping connected to it. You'll probably have to light the pilot with a match or a grill lighter. I have a telescoping wand with an alligator clip on the end to reach into tough places with a match.
Is the piping straight through (in line) in & out or does it connect to the side of the valve?
Ok, I'll get back to you wen I find something.
Ok, this is your best bethttp://www.supplyhouse.com/Robertshaw-710-108-3-8-X-3-8-Low-Profile-Combo-Gas-Valve-w-right-hand-outletThis valve is for nat gas but can be converted to LP. I'd suggest you call them and ask for the conversion kit. There is an LP version available but not at this vendor and it's twice the money.
That's not how I see it. Pic on the product page show inlet facing you and side tapping on right so you turn the valve 90 degrees so the dial is on the side instead of on top and that puts the side tapping on top.