Question about Wolf Range CHR-10-229-FT11 Kitchen Range
Pilot lights go out because the Thermocoupler is either bad or not getting hot enough. It will be a copper tube that should touch the pilot light flame. these are replaceable and usually any appliance repair supplier can get you one. Some units reuire changing out the entire gas control
Posted on Oct 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it were the gas regulator, existing flames would go down as more burners are turned on.
There are set screws on the pilot fittings that come out of the manifold, you could try turning those Counter-clockwise to turn the pilots up. (Don't loosen them all the way, they will fall out!) If that doesn't work chances are the pilot stems will have to be replaced to get a higher pilot flame.
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
the oven pilot has 2 setting first setting is for you to light small flame, should not be all yellow if it is it has a dirty orifice inside the pilot hood, you can remove this by disconnecting the pilot line from the hood and removing orifice for cleaning, just rub it with a cloth.once clean and replaced you light pilot and check it out. if its ok turn on oven and secondary pilot will ignite that why it got bigger!! this heats a flame sensor to allow 100% safty vavle to open to let gas into burner so yuo can cook.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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You should be able to blow out the pilot, after 30 seconds or so the fuel flow should be stopped by the oven safety (usually has the red button on it) If that does not work, the pilot is either fed from the gas manifold on the top (sometimes has a small needle valve to shut off, or it could be fed throught the safety valve. The valve will have an adjustment in it, usually under a cover screw. If the pilot fuel flow does not stop when there is not flame present, You should have the safety valve replaced. This can be a potentially hazardous scenario. Hope this information helps.
Posted on Jun 18, 2011
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