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Please look at the following two spec sheets. Your model number could be the ultra low nox system or the standard. Pay attention to the burner cover and how high the thermostat is mounted above the cover. This will tell us which version you have.

Ultra Low-nox

http://waterheating.rheem.com/content/resources/documents/specsheets/Residential%20Gas/RHGasLowNOxPro.pdf

Ultra Low-nox Manual

http://waterheating.rheem.com/content/resources/documents/use_care/UltraLowNOxUC.pdf

Standard

http://waterheating.rheem.com/content/resources/documents/specsheets/Residential%20Gas/RHGasPro.pdf

Standard Manual

http://waterheating.rheem.com/content/resources/documents/use_care/ResGasGuardianSystem.pdf

The ultra Low-nox has the fiberglass gasket. The standard has a rubber gasket and will be easier to service. Both have similar flame arrestors that need cleaning. Neither have a radiation shield.

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