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How to remove door to Neff Combination oven C57M70N3GB


you can remove the door but due to its construction it will need to be checked by technician to make sure it doesnt leak energy after repair.

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Propane, LP, or Natural Gas Regulator Problems


There are many questions involving problems with gas regulators. Most any gas fired appliances will have a regulator somewhere in the system to regulate the gas pressure to the appliance. On natural gas the pressure regulator is often outside, but many stoves and ranges still have a pressure regulator at the inlet also.

On LP or Propane appliances there is a pressure regulator at the source but then also at the appliance. On outdoor grills the regulator is the silver round thing at the tank.
They often look like this.


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The function of the pressure regulator is to keep the gas pressure even so that the flame does not vary much when the usage is increased or decreased. The regulator does this by using a small spring and diaphragm assembly. The counteracting pressures work to keep the pressure even. The regulator fails when it gets stuck. They are designed intentionally to fail in the safest mode or in a low pressure state rather then a high pressure. Therefore many problems involve not enough gas rather then too much.

On outdoor gas grills the regulator can sometimes get stuck if the tank valve is opened too rapidly. Or it will just become stiff from the outdoor environment. If the regulator is not letting enough gas through, try shutting the valve and then opening it again slowly. This will help sometimes. If that does not help and the valve is sticking, do not try to adjust the regulator. Replace it with a new one. Trying to adjust it could cause serious safety hazards. I have seen some web sites telling people to adjust the regulator by watching the flame…this can be a good way to get yourself and others hurt.

If you have a range, stove, or oven that is not working right because the flame varies as you turn burners on and off or when the oven goes on, then the regulator is at fault. Once again, do not try to adjust this to make it work, replace it and get it adjusted with the proper instruments to make sure that the gas pressure is right for the appliance.

Pressure regulators come in many shapes and sizes. They can look like any one of these here.

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Gas appliances work at extremely low gas pressure. Natural gas appliances often run at 4” Water Column. Lp or Propane at around 10” WC. That means that the pressure of the gas will only raise the water in a tube 4” or 10 “. That is NOT much pressure and you can get that much by gently blowing in a tube.

So, if you are having trouble with not getting enough heat or the flame running very low, the pressure regulator should be one of the first places that you look.

on Sep 03, 2010 | Ovens

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Ariston stove wiring cx 67s p6 x ng


When you replaced the burnt out selector did you notice any other damage? The selector switch may be connected to the energy input control. Most circuits have some sort of control, allowing only the right amount of energy to be put in. If this got damaged, the fuse would be inconsistent.

Elisa Jed ' http://www.atlasappliances.com

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How to disable energy saving on KitchenAid Range


The Energy Saver Mode deactivates the display to reduce energy
consumption.
To Activate the Energy Saver Mode:
1. Press and hold OPTIONS for 3 seconds. "Energy saver on."
will appear in the upper text area.
2. The setting will be activated after 5 minutes.
Any cooking function may be used with the range in Energy
Saver Mode by simply selecting the desired function.
To Deactivate the Energy Saver Mode:
1. Press and hold OPTIONS for 3 seconds. "Energy saver off."
will appear in the upper text area.
2. The clock will reappear in the display, and the range can be
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I have received an EGO 50.52076.070 energy regulator as a replacement for an old Diamond H 31ER1HT, included was a wiring diagram showing the following connections for the replacement, P1 : Line. ...


Unfortunately the EGO 50.52076.070 is not the correct replacement for a Diamond H 31ER1HT as it does not have a live pilot connection.

Regards Murv...

Dec 16, 2010 | Ovens

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@yahoo.comi have a xl44 GE stove and the oven went out all of a sudden...no propane getting to pilot


Hi,
Either you are out of propane or the regulator quit...
Check the tank and then replace the regulator...

heatman101

Sep 02, 2010 | Ovens

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Fagor oven will not regulate its temperature, once


From the symptoms you describe, I would say the oven thermostat is faulty, and in need of replacement.
This is the control you regulate the temoperature with.
Hope this helps.

Dec 15, 2009 | Fagor 5HA-196 X Single Oven

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The hot plate is heating up when the selector is in off position


Hotplate heating up when regulator/selector switched off. Hi ,this is gil1714 in Scotland. Two possibilities on this one, 1) the regulator is faulty:- replace
2) if the control circuit (regulator) is wired on the neutral side the hotplate may be leaking current to
earth, thereby completing the circuit. This would only occur on a supply that was not protected by
an RCD. If so replace hotplate. Hope this is useful,

Dec 15, 2008 | Ovens

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