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Is that one of them new fancy self cleaning washer ranges? Cleans the stove and the clothes at the same time? IE: Water level UE: Imbalance OE: Drain problem FE: Overflow PE: pressure sensor dE: door error LE (with a a slash in the middle of L. Thermister out CE: Over amping LE: hall sensor short bE: Ball sensor loose connection EE: eeprom out PF: power failure
Hello, Is this the pilot for the oven or stovetop burners, or both? Pilot flames can be adjusted to increase or decrease the size. It's probably dirty which is causing it to go out. Use a small flat screwdriver to scrape the pilot tip clean or a small needle to poke it, if necessary. Then use the screwdriver to adjust the pilot flame as needed. If you follow the small aluminum tubing from the pilot, you will find a
small screw on the line to adjust it. If you need more help, just let me know. Obviously, there can be other issues, but this is the most common problem. Douglas
Over time, thermocouples erode in pilot flames and when they no longer reach the pilot light they need to be replaced. Check the thermocouple mountings as well: some ham-fisted amateurs try to bend the probe back into the pilot light and break the mountings. The pilot light jet will also need to be checked to ensure that it is clean and that the pilot is burning correctly.
Note that as with all gas appliances, repairs should only be carried out by qualified gas fitters who have the tools and knowledge to leave your appliance in a safe condition. In many countries it's a legal requirement. My reply is therefore given on an informational basis only as poor workmanship on gas appliances is directly attributable to many
deaths every year.
I have the same problem with one of my burners (I have a morice range). I changed the thermocouple, but it didn´t help. I contacted Morice in France and was told that the problem most sertainly was the coil inside the gasvalve. I don´t know if it possible to dismantle the ovengasvalve to check the coil. As for a burner valve, one should open the valve at the end were the gas goes out to the burner to locate this coil. Best of luck
i service these ovens alot and my first guess the t-couple you already replaced.i wouldnt think its the valve.lp burns very dirty as you know,clean out the burner/pilot assmbely and see if this solves it.also take a look at it when its lit and see if the pilot is being pulled to the burner.let me know.also if the unit has a regulator on the back pull the vent plug and clean it up.