Question about Kitchen Ranges
Hey there, i have a quick and hopeful simple question. The Fuses for my old moffat range blew out and i went to change them but the FUSE LABEL which should be on the inside on the Fuse Cover is not there, so i'm not sure what amperage is required for the proper slots. I have a 30'' Moffat Range, Model #MSM3243W-P1. I've replaced the fuses but now light for my top burners is lit even though none are turned on and i'm not sure how to fix this. If any one could help me i would greatly appericate it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Pilot light will not stay
The pilot light is basically just another burner, with its own gas supply, orifice and air intake. Because of the small flame needed, the orifice and the air intake port are extremely fine and very sensitive to pressure differentials. Since you can't change the orifice (machined into the pilot burner body) you will need to enlarge the air intake port by trial and error until the flame will become stable - it will be a lot larger than before.
BTW the correct way to convert old appliances like yours is to leave all the orifices in place as they were and install a pressure regulator on the supply line
Posted on Jul 28, 2011
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