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This model doesn't have a pilot lite. It has an igniter. Here is the part to order. It comes with the instructions.

Posted on Jan 19, 2013

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SOURCE: Hotpoint RGB524 pilot won't light

sounds like you have a standing pilot system.if so and you have turned up the adjustment screw and no better .you will have to replace the pilot tube assemblie

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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SOURCE: Gas oven Hotpoint RGA 720 I can't light the oven pilot

There is likely some kind of gas line blockage or valve problem. This is not a do-it-yourself fix. Call a repair person.

Posted on Oct 15, 2009

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I am wondering how I'm supposed to light the pilot on a Hotpoint stove. I think I'm supposed to lift up the cooktop, but I can't get to lift up. It feels like its locked/screwed down somehow but I c


Hot point has 2 pilot lights on top... light them... then go to oven and light that one... it is a safety feature... no pilot on top kills the pilot in the stove.
.. since gas is heavier then air the company made sure if there was a gas leak on top that it would not be caught by oven and blow up.

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Probably the safety valve. This unit broils and bakes off the same gas burner. A spark ignitor lights the pilot and this save gas because no standing pilot is needed. It takes a few minutes for the thermocouple bimetal combo to release the gas. When the temp gets to the desired rate then the bulb on the oven control closes off the flow of gas. To recap: The flow of gas comes from a regulator along a rail which supplys the gas to the top burners and the oven control. older models had pilot light tubing going down to the oven and to the top burners. This newer style uses a spark module to light off the top burners and the oven. So when yall turn the the oven on the spark ignitor lights the pilot first and then after the mercury bulf thermocouple heats up the bimetal inside the valve opens allowing gas to flow out to the pilot and ignite the gas burner. the temp rises and the mercury bulb oven control expands closing off the flow but not the gas safety valve. I would suspect the safety valve on this one.

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Where is the Hotpoint RGB524 Gas Kitchen Range pilot light located and how do I get it lit? I turn knobs and hear a spark sound but no flame. Thanks in advance..


The spark should light the pilot automatically. If you open the broiler door and look up at the left rear side of the burner, you should see the pilot assembly and the spark igniter. Try lighting the pilot by hand with a match, right where the spark is. If it lights, the oven should come on. If it doesn't light, there may be a blockage in the pilot assembly, like a spider web or something. If the pilot seems too small, it may set for LP and you are on Natural gas. The adjustment for that is behind the oven knob, a screw. Good luck.

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I can't find the pilot light on my Hotpoint gas stove. Where is it?


Depends which pilot light you're talking about. There are two for the hobs and (I assume) one for the oven. I can't find the one for the oven, hence why I'm on here looking through forums (a..?)

Cheers.

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Where is the pilot in my hotpoint oven?


As far as I know, there is no pilot light in any domestic oven up to 25 years old and probably even in the older models.

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Gas oven Hotpoint RGA 720 I can't light the oven pilot


There is likely some kind of gas line blockage or valve problem. This is not a do-it-yourself fix. Call a repair person.

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Hotpoint RGB524 pilot won't light


sounds like you have a standing pilot system.if so and you have turned up the adjustment screw and no better .you will have to replace the pilot tube assemblie

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