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Vulcan range that won't heat.

Hi, Thanks very much for your opinion on the range - that's it probably a pressure or regulator problem. My problem now is that I can't find anyone to work on it since it's a commercial range in a residence. Does "Hobarttech" indicate you work for Hobart (in Minneapolis, by any chance)? I had a person from Hobart out a few years ago and he calibrated it and declared it "fine," which it wasn't. So how do I find someone, maybe a technician who is willing to moonlight on a job like this, so I can get it fixed.  I am happy to sign a waiver, ignore code, or whatever it take to get this stove working properly.  My wife says to fix it or we need to get a new stove - and I can't disagree as I wait 10-15 minutes for a small pan of water to boil. Thanks for any help you can give. Mike Miller

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  • Mayk Oct 29, 2008

    Someone told me it would be hazardous for me to replace the unit but I'm very handy and, as long as it's a preset unit, I don't know why I shouldn't do it.
    Thanks again.
    Mike

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Yes, I am a technician for Hobart, in Michigan. If your burners are uniformly low, and you know it is set up for the fuel you are using, swap out the regulator. You should be able to buy a pre-set regulator, just make sure it is for the correct gas. If you don't feel comfortable, call around. I'm sure someone needs the business.

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