Hi. I have a couple of questions that I'm sure one or more of you can help me with. I have a Jotul GF 300 DV natural gas stove that has been converted to be used with propane. I am considering purchasing a Skytech 3301P BE to use with it. This particular model of Skytech thermostat does not require batteries in the receiver. Instead it operates on power from the thermopile. The Skytech installation manual for this unit states, "It is recommended that the thermopile voltage with the main burner OFF be no less than 450 millivolts for proper microprocessor performance. IMPORTANT: It is essential that proper voltage from the thermopile be maintained for proper operation of the remote receiver." I dug around a little, and found a post here where DAKSY wrote: "A thermopile can be thought of as a “pile” of thermocouples...maybe 25 - 30 pairs of dissimilar metals which act the same way, but generate more mvs… Normal range is from 325 - 600 mv. This voltage allows for the larger magnets in the burner side of the gas valve to stay open & keep the gas flowing to the burner.." So my question is will my Jotul be putting out the requisite 450 mv or more? If for some reason it is not, is this something I can easily adjust myself? A second question that I am only a little concerned about is that the coloring and labeling of the wires on the stove do not match the coloring and labeling on the Skytech unit. Obviously I will hook the wires on the Skytech unit up as labeled, not based on the colors, but I am wondering if this should be of any concern to me or not? The Skytech wires are colored and labeled as follows TH/TP - White, TP - Red, TH - Black. The wires on the stove are labeled and colored as follows: TP/TH - Red; TP - Yellow, TH - White. Does this seem OK to those of you in the know? Thanks very much in advance for any assistance. Andy W. Edit: I just found the following in the manual for the Jotul GF 300 DV (Allabash): "Optional Wall Thermostat or Remote Control: Use only a 750 millivolt DC two-wire circuit thermostat with this appliance." Does this mean the Skytech thermostat would not work with this stove? Thanks.