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OK, it sounds to me that when you changed the propane tank, you may have turned the gas tank valve on too fast. Doing so causes the built-in excess flow valve to check, which only allows a trickle of gas through. Do this: Turn off the gas tank, disconnect it and drain any remaining gas from the grill by opening a valve to a burner. Close the grill valve and then reconnect the tank. Very slowly open the tank valve and try lighting a burner again and see it that solves the problem. Douglas
Hi Thanks for using FixYa. If your range/oven doesn't seem to work at all, check these: Fuse/circuit breaker Check to see if
power is getting to the range/oven. If even a light won’t turn on then check
for a blown fuse or tripped circuit breaker. Main wiring Often the main
wiring connection from the house, at the range/oven, gets burned and so breaks
the connection. Then you may have to replace the power cord to the range/oven,
and the terminal block that the wire is attached to. Range/oven
wiring There may be a
broken or burned wire at the back of the range/oven. If you repair any of the
wires, use only proper appliance-grade wire and wire connectors. Please do accept the solution
if the issue is resolved or else revert for further assistance. Thanks Rylee
Hi i was reading your problem go to the appliances parts store tell them you need a gas valve Regulator that will change it from lpg to natural gas its natural gas it needs on the the 10 psi i think it should go back on the 25 psi thats only Regulates the flow of gas to high an to low dats all..i can be reach firstname.lastname@example.org
by ignition goes on I assume that you can see it glowing ..these are just tiny heating elements and when they get to a certain current they open the gas valve and it ignites. These little elements over time start to loose there effectivness and either take a realy long time to open the gas valve or don,t open it at all. The igniter is realatively cheap and easy to change if you're inclined give it a try... turn off the gas turn of the electricity and be carefull, I will warn you however I,ve done lots of these and in a small number of cases it turns out to be the gas valve itself ...don,t do that one unless you are familiar with gas valves and have exactly the right tools Good Luck
Silver solder up all burner jets and redrill to .6 mm then reset adjusters so you get a nice blue flame with small orange tips.and oven burner to .8mm i have just done a new world 75 last week.Works perfect
On top of that safety valve is a nut. Get a good fitting wrench. Turn on the oven and use that good fitting wrench on that nut. Turn it counterclockwise till the flame comes up about midways of the flame spreader. Don't get the flames too high. Midways of the spreader now. LOL
on the back of each one of the gas valves including the one in the oven there should be an orfice which you can put a 1/2 inch wrench on and turn all the way in until its snug and also flip the cap over on the gas regulator so it shows "LP" this will convert the range to propane let me know how you make out and BE VERY CAREFUL