Question about Garland PS-36G-4-26 Gas Kitchen Range
I have a garland 6 burner gas range with 36" griddle top and two ovens. The griddle top seems to be collecting grease and rising at the front, away from the drain. I got the griddle to lift up in the front to scrape the grease away. How do I get it to return to its original setting so the grease will all drain forward?
I have a 48" Garland griddle 4 burner thermostat controlled and I can't have it above low all the way across because it is so hot it burns my eggs. I have 1/4 of the griddle I can cook an egg on, if I turn the griddle where it should be at 250,300,300,350 the whole griddle turns black. I need a repair man to turn down the temperatures that it is set on. please sent a reply to email@example.com with all the repair companies that are available in around Orillia/Barrie Ontario Canada Thank you
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
Hi, you may have to remove the griddle top completely, as when you lifted the front, you may have knocked shims out of the back ledge, the best way to do this is get another person to help you lift it off, get the shims back in place, and relevel the griddle.
Hope this helps, and thank you.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
Make sure your unit is leval if you have alarge build up you will have to remove griddle and claen then reinstall
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The unit does not have it's own shut-off. You'll need to shut it off at the building's supply. The plumber surely installed a valve right behind the unit.
Make sure a technician inspects the gas supply tubing for the OVEN pilots. They run from the front manifold, to the back of the oven, down the back, and under a shield. They tend to go bad.
Posted on May 30, 2008
Hi, it may not, depending on the age difference of the units, the grease catch, etc.. contact Garland at www.garland-group.com , or call 1800 424 2411, the parts department should be able to tell you at least. Hope that helps, and thank you.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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You can clean the parts all with regular dish soap. The oven you can use Easy-Off oven cleaner. And the stainless parts you can get stainless steel cleaner at any grocery store.
Posted on Sep 22, 2010
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