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SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

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SOURCE: Beko Cascade 50 cooker, how

need to know the correct model number please.

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CAN a ZANUSSI gas cooker be converted to utilize NG ? Without affecting its programs and controls ?

usually any gas cooker can be converted as long as the gas jets are changed to the right size. they also have to be the right fitting. it would involve a lot of work as you will need to get into the nitty gritty of the gas lines inside the cooker and if you make a mistake it can cost to get it fixed.

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Whirlpool model SF3020EKQ3 was converted to LP oven lights nice blue flame but flame is very small oven does not get hot enough

If your able to adjust the orifice hood to the oven, then turn it counterclockwise unit the burner is full and minimal yellow flickering is present. If you go too much, this can be deadly can cause carbon monoxide to admit into the kitchen during use. I have found adjusting while the burner is on is the easiest way to make sure it is correct, use caution....
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When stove is on a yellowish orange flame comes from burner.This has not occured until now. We own this viking oven for about 10 yrs without any issue whatso ever. Can you help to resolve this issue

You need to replace the burner if you want blue flame. Since its 10 years old, it's about time to replace the burner with similar size and shape. Old burner have big hole causing yellowish flame compare to new one.
I hope I solve your problem.

Mar 30, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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When burners are set above minimal flame, the flame becomes yellow and pulsates.

u need to clean the side area of the oven,,need also to wipe in a dry cloth.

Jan 13, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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I have double cylinder fecility of Indane LPG gas. Now I have shifted to a house fitted with Adani gas pipe which I am not using as I am staying on rent and don't want to loose my cylinder membership. I...

As far as I can see it, if you want to use your cylinder gas then you will have to collect it yourself if there is no company in your area that sells LPG. To use pipes gas you will have to change the burner mixture setting on your cooker otherwise is may not burn properly.
Stupid rules I know.

Dec 31, 2010 | Microwave Ovens

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I have an Old Sears general Electic gas range and oven. It is used often and on for hours a day. Lately there has been less of a gas flow not allowing the oven to regulate proper temp. Is there a way to...

You should try cleaning the orifice first. Actually before you do that, if you can see the flames on the oven this simple check will determine a cleaning. Turn oven on and look at the flame, if you have propane it should be light blue at the base a little darker blue in the middle and have a little orange tip. If you have natural gas it should be almost all blue with maybe a slight tint of yellow in the center of the flame. If the flame looks like it is almost all orange. It needs to be cleaned. I can assist with the cleaning also, but confirm with this test first. Please rate answer accordingly!! Thank you

Sep 15, 2010 | Microwave Ovens

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When one of the gas hobs is on ,it does not burn with a blue flame but a more yellow one .also black soot forms under the burner is on lpg

Have to adjust the piolot lights for the amount of gas coming out. U have too much gas coming out(yellow flame). On older gas ranges, there was a small screw between the piolot light & burners that had to be adjusted. (if this is a older model) have to turn the screw just a little at a time, till ur flame returns to blue on ur burners. Hope this helps.

Sep 12, 2010 | Microwave Ovens

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Microwave caught fire

It sounds like a failed high-voltage transformer.

That oven retails for about $80 right now, so I don't think a non-warranty repair is economical.

But since a FLAME(!) came out of it, I would think you have a VERY strong case to "convince" Sharp to give you a replacement pronto...

You can contact Sharp at 1-800-BE-SHARP (1-800-237-4277).

We're happy to help and we appreciate your thoughtful rating of our answer.

Feb 17, 2008 | Sharp R-306LK Microwave Oven

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