Question about Roper FGP305 Gas Kitchen Range
I have a roper gas stove which takes about an hour to boil water on all four burners. The flame is completely blue and very low. I need to know how to turn up the flame or how to fix this problem asap.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is this lp or natural gas? The screw you turned adjusts the low flame only. Did this just start, or has it always done this? Let me know.
Posted on Nov 20, 2007
SOURCE: burner goes out on simmer
look down the shaft of the burner valve(remove the knob). with a very thin and somewhat long screwdriver you should be able to adjust this flame, with the burner on MED hold the shaft of the valve with a pair of pliers and turn the screw slowly( you'll need to hold the shaft tightly because if not you'll be turning shaft and not adjustment screw. small increments yield big changes in flame
Posted on Mar 07, 2008
Sure, there are lots of regulators, but one commonly used for gas grills should be fine. (maybe the brother in law used a step down regulator for natural gas, which won't work for you) I don't know your location, but another factor might be your outdoor temperature. If it is very cold, the liquid petroleum (LP) in your tank will not vaporize fast enough to satisfy demand, regardless of regulator size. A full tank in a warmer location would help immensely, but it is not real wise to have the tank indoors.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
SOURCE: roper stove fes330 - element
One of the four burner switches has a stuck contact causing the indicatorlight to stay on. There are two types of infinite switches used in electricranges. Each one of the terminals on infinite switches is labeled. When theinfinite switch is turned to the ON position, terminal "P" contactcloses and completes a voltage path to the Pilot light and it glows. You canuse the process of elimination to find which switch is bad. Turn the breakeroff inside your house breaker box dedicated for the range or if it has a powercord you can unplug it. Once the voltage supply has be disconnected to therange, remove the control panel and disconnect just the one wire connected toterminal "P" and then turn the power back on. If the light stays off,replace that switch. If the light comes back on, disconnect power again andthen go to the next switch and remove the wire on terminal "P" andrepeat these steps until the light stays OFF and then you found the bad switch. Remember to disconnect thepower supply before removing and reinstalling the wires back onto terminal"P". Hope thiswill help you. Good Luck.
Posted on Jul 07, 2011
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