Question about Hobart 1HF50D Deep Fryer
My problem is the pilot light but the burner would not light
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
The thermostat is acting up,The t-stat controls the heat,did you replace the pilot valve or gas valve?If there is 1 valve make sure the wires are in the correct terminals.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Please be careful
when converting appliances form natural gas to propane. Depending on the
equipment there are several changes that need to be made. You will at least
have to change burner orifices and convert or replace the gas valve. Some gas
valves are not convertible. What many people over look are changing the pilot
orifice and on some appliances like braising pans, griddles and char broilers
there is a runner tube orifice. The gas valve also needs to be adjusted to the
proper manifold pressure and pilot adjustments will be required. I recommend on Vulcan equipment that you
contact Hobart Service since they are factory trained on all Vulcan cooking equipment.
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