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Gas won't flow through range

I recently connected a gas range that has been sitting for a few years. (was used three years before it was disconnected) Since installing the range I've discovered that the gas is not flowing through it and it can not be lit. Could the line just be clogged and is there any way for me to unclog it?

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Might be a clogged line, could be your diaphragm in the regulator that is bad, you will need to disconnect the regulator where you hook up your gas line to the range then from the burners blow compressed air through them, I would suggest replacing the regulator, should cure the problem.

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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