I ordered the cooks essentials buffet server with three trays on qvc, and i also ordered the set of 2 large buffet inserts, which were on back order. I just received an email that the 2 large inserts are no longer availalbe, and I want to know if there is anywhere I can purchase them? Thank you
From time to time I see them on mrpearl11.com. Last year I had a big party for Halloween and needed the buffet inserts badly. After scouring the web, I finally found them. The closer it came to the date of my party, the more stressed I became. Finally, I found them at Mrpearl11.com. I saw them on the site earlier in the year but I didn't really need them at that time. Hope that helps.
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Oil furnaces have certain items that routinely go bad or need adjusted to work properly.Some of the common things are nozzle, then gap and location of the igniter,then last is the fire eye. You can see all of these items by pulling the burner tray out. The nozzle delivers the fuel in two ways more or less, first is spray angle then second is the rate or GPH. Nozzles are to spray an atomized mist this means no heavy droplets of fuel. If you have large drops of oil chances are a new nozzle can help you out, please pay attention to spray angle and GPH. The igniter is next, after time they will wear and you can clean the rods and reset the gap to specified distance, that being said it also needs to be a certain distance from the atomized fuel to ignite properly all very important. Then last is the fire eye it tells the furnace that a flame is established and to deliver fuel or flame out and shuts fuel down. These will build carbon deposits at times so simply clean off the deposit and clean the lens with a soft cloth and windex reposition put the burner tray back in hook up the fuel line and off you go.
The way it lights is that the gas is spread from one burner to the next by either a flame tray or small holes drilled in the burner tubes. If the flame does not get all the way across the burner tubes within a few seconds, the unit goes out on failure. Clean and inspect each burner tube, not just the orifice. Clean any tray that connects the burners. You can use a small wire brush or tooth brush but be careful near the glow igniter as it is very fragile.
check to see if the flame is pure blue. if not you have incomplete combustion letting CO or CO2 into the room. The flame will look yellow if this is the case. An orange flame indicates dust and dirt around the burner assembly. If it is yellow, the should be 1-2 set screws on the back of the burner assembly that will let you adjust the primary air being mixed with the propane.Adjust until you get blue flame and tighten set screws.
only three options here first check for shorted wires , second bad thermostat (try unplugging thermostat wires one at a time if possible to see if unit turns off, this will also tell you if the gas valve is stuck open if you take all the wires off the thermostat and the thing still reuns, ) good luck.
This is made in China and parts are not easily available, you could try a hardware store as they sometimes have various wheels. I looked at mine and it appears that a 2" block of wood zip tied might also be the right height to keep it from tipping if a wheel can't be found.