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normal operation is to push the oven knob in and turn
pushing in sets the igniter off and turning opens the gas flow to ignite
always light an oven with the oven door open
stop s an explosion if there is a problem
down load an operators manual bu going google and typing in --- user manual for ( make and model ) gas stove --- find a pdf version and download it
A liquid gas stove is a type of stove that uses a fuel tank in order to operate. Liquid gas stoves are capable of burning different types of fuels like alcohol, white gas, automobile gas, and kerosene.
All gas stoves are set up for natural gas. Before using on propane, the oven and burners need to be converted for propane operation. Refer to the installation manual for conversion requirements for your particular stove.
You said,smelling gas at when stove is in Pre-light then going away.
In some stoves this is normal as long as it is a slight smell and it goes away when the stove or oven ignites. You know gas really has no smell, but this smell is added for our safety!! What is the Make,year ,and Model number of your range?
The gas must start somewhere until the flame ignites it. So we smell a slight smell of gas until it burns.
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