Beckett - replace ingnition

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Rockycmt

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I have a Beckett AFG burner. It is my vacation home so only runs 1-2 months out of the year. Been a solid unit. It is a very remote area and has very little access to parts within 50 miles. So I like to have a spare set of anything that can go wrong.

I have:
nozzles
Electrodes
Oil pump
Motor

What I need:
Transformer
controller

Here is my issue.
My current system has a single box on the top of the burner. It appears it does bot the Transformer and the controler. I do not have what I see on other burners where the controler hangs off to the right side on an electrical box. My reset button is right on the top of the Transformer. This is why I feel it is a combo unit. Maybe I am wrong.

I believe this is it.

If i need to get a new transformer / controller do I need to convert to the split version. If so which do you recommend?
 

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Any of these match your numbers. Also need a gauge to match the output of the existing pump to set up the new one. Standard setting is 100 lbs but they can be set to 160 lbs. This varies the nozzle output and flue readings.
This is what I have.
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Thats the burner number which can't read the number left of made in the usa. There should be numbers off the controls also.
 
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