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Looking for part T36TIISS for Viking Range

Island trim kit

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  • Amy Atkinson May 06, 2013

    looking for a discontinued part, the Island trim kit. Any recommendations on where to find discontinued Viking parts?

  • Amy Atkinson May 06, 2013

    looking for a discontinued part, the Island trim kit. Any recommendations on where to find discontinued Viking parts?

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I have a new viking stove slide in electric top range that was installed in our kitchen with existing granite counter tops. But there seems to be a small gap between the stove and the counter. My previous...


If you are talking about a gap caused by the height of the stove, You can lower the height of the stove by adjusting the threaded leg posts on the bottom of the stove. A more difficult fix would be in raise the height of the countertop and cabinets by shimming the bottom of the cabinets.


If your gap is not a height issue, then you can experiment with some type of trim around the stove itself. Local granite dealers has an assortment of trims for issues like this.


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We are in need of a Tech Manual for a VGRT5364G conversion from LP to Nat. Gas. Thanks


Manual exist in the location: http://www.retrevo.com/support/Viking-Range-VGRT536-4G-Ranges-manual/id/23666dj391/t/2/


It clearly mentions that:
"A certified
technician is required for any adjustments or conversions to Natural or LP gas."


So pls dont' try unless you already know (and it seems that you don't)
Safety comes 1st!

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Here is a tip that I wrote to help people troubleshoot problems with their cooktops not igniting.

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http://www.fixya.com/support/r5649407-cooktop_range_stove_spark_ignition_not

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STOP USING COOKTOP AND TURN OFF GAS AND GET SOMEONE AUTHORIZED IN AS SOON AS POSIBLE .

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