Maytag Gemini gas stove...how far above the gas burner may a vented microwave oven be installed?
I have a Maytag Gemini double oven with a gas range and would like to know how many inches above the gas burners may a vented microwave oven be installed?
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MET8776BS Maytag Gemini Smoothtop Double Oven Range - Stainless Steel - Reviews ... Really like the features, however one burner doesn't work, after a month.... 2 ovens sure beats the storage bin underneath! the only negative I can think of is ...I bought my double oven a few months ago and am very happy with it.
On the Maytag Gemini Series Double Electric Oven, the Model and Serial number is located on a flip-up metal plate/tag which is located on the upper left side/rear of the of the control panel. There is no need to move the stove away from the wall. Simply place your fingers over the top left edge of the control panel and flip the metal plate/tag up from a point just left of the control panel's center and flip it to the left (it's hinged on a screw to the far left of the flip-up plate/tag).
If it uses gas pilot lights, check each of them to make sure they are lit. If this is not the problem, then check the fittings on the gas supply to the stove - almost every time I've run into a slow leak it's been from a union coupling. It's also possible a valve for one of the burners is not shutting off properly (although I've never run into that before). In this case, I expect the gas odor would be strongest at one of the burners.
Same problem here - and I have read about others with this problem. Usually blamed on moisture getting into the control unit ( which is under the backmost burner knob). I did not have a spill on the cooktop, nor was I "over zealous" cleaning. Looks like a bad design. Waiting to hear from the technician how much THIS is going to cost me...
Put in a new thermastat in the top oven and it works great. Thanks for the advice(from other's having problems).
My Maytag was older than I thought, so the thermastat was not available on line, but found one at a repair shop that worked. Thanks!