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Pilot light will not ignite

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SOURCE: Wolf Commercial Gas Range: turning knob on and off very difficult

easy pull the tap apart and clean it with metho and repack it with gas tap grease and take note how you pull it apart also watch out for the spring in side it

Posted on Apr 26, 2010

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