Question about Kitchen Ranges
Oven doesnt get really hot no more than 450
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
UPDATE to Solution #1: I just went to the Wolf Appliance website and found that the recall is still active, at least for the 48" models. Here's the URL: http://www.wolfappliance.com/recall.aspx There are instructions, affected models and serial numbers, etc. You can also call the "Rework Hotline" at 866-643-6408 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
DEAR CORDLESS TRY CHANGEING THE GLOW IGNITER THE GLOW IGNITER GOES BAD AFTER A FEW YEARS AND YOU HAVE TO CHANGE THEM YOUR BURNER SHOULD LIGHT IN 30 TO 60 SECONDS IF YOUR GLOW IGNITER IS NOT DRAWING ENOUGH AMPS YOU WILL SMELL GAS BUT NOT IGNIGHT THANKS GEORGE
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
You need to order parts from AVANTI.
Very disappointing customer service.
I have been waiting 6 weeks for a new thermostat. It will not
arrive from China until June -- I was originally told it would come in April. All AVANTI parts are from China and AVANTI in Florida is the
only dealer. I will never buy AVANTI again.
Posted on May 05, 2009
SOURCE: I have a LP Gas
Hi, what you are about to do is at your own risk since the Wolf factory says it cannot be converted.
Due to differences between natural gas and propane, they require differing amounts of gas supplied to the burner. This is controlled by the size of the opening where the gas goes into the burner. The mechanism for control is called an "ORIFICE," which usually is made of brass, and looks like a short, fat bolt, with a tiny hole at the center of the bolt head. The difference between the orifices for each gas is accomplished simply by varying the size of that hole.
There is a conversion kit that you can buy at the hardware store. It is fairly simple to do.
Typically it involves switching out orifices, which look like a short bolt with a hole in the middle. Take out the old, put in the new.
To make the conversion, you must remove the orifice of the LP gas and install the proper sized orifice for the Natural gas you will be using.
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
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