Could this happen if you fill the bottom chamber over the pressure release valve so that the steam pressure built up and couldn't be released. Or perhaps the pressure release valve got blocked. Not sure. But it is important to take it off the stove promptly when you hear it make that gurgled hissing sound that indicates the top chamber is full and now steam is coming through rather than water.
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Assuming you are referring to the Coleman Campers Grill Stove which is a side by side grill and stove unit than it is a pretty simple set up. All portable Coleman stoves set up basically the same. There should be a arm known as a regulator that came with the stove. The narrow end of this attaches to the right side of the stove and screws in. Then the propane bottle screws into the other larger end. make sure all connections are screwed together tightly. For more clarification check out these instructions: http://www.ehow.com/how_2106008_use-coleman-stove.html https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbYil-YQ8-Y
Take the rubber gasket out of the top of the pot and take it to a local kitchen shop or Department store. If not measure the internal diameter (the hole size) and the external diameter (size of the seal) and google stove top coffee and locate a supplier in your country. Email them with the measurements and make (Avanti) and ask for a price price and shipping cost.
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With no model number given, it's kind of hard to help you beyond writing that Sears.com has a huge inventory on parts and illustrations of the devices in an exploded view referenced to each part number and can supply several million parts directly.
If you go to their site with your model number, you find out quickly if they have what you need for your range regardless of manufacturer.
Most all later gas ovens us a 'surface' type of ignitor and in most cases, using the illustration, anyone a little handy can replace these.
Hi. Research your stovetop on the kitchenaid website. You should be able to download a user manual for your model. The manual should tell you how to reset the lock. If a manual is not available, try disconnecting the power supply to the stove. This might clear the memory of the stove. Good luck. ricardok45
Hi yes all stone ware is oven proof so you should have no problems using them just remember they stay hotter to the touch for longer than other oven products they stay hotter for longer once their out of the oven let me know if you need further assistance ok
This just started to happen to ours too. It's because you can't get let water get into the valve/switch assembly. Ours got so much water in there that it was making huge sparks and flames which charred up the switches. You may have to replace the whole 5-burner igniter switch assembly. I think it's part number 74010753. To access, remove 2 screws under the front of stovetop. open Top oven door to access. remove the 2 screws that hold the gas valve assembly. Remove 2 screws out of each burner assembly. Remove the green grounding wire on the right hand corner of stove top. The stove top will come off revealing the 5 white igniter switch assembly which is all wired together in parallel. Remove the large metal panel on the rear. There are two wires that are off the 5-burner switch assembly that you unplug. Replace this whole assembly and the problem should be fixed. Hope this helps