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Comstock f3226-24 for Residential Use

Hello, i am considering to purchase this range oven for my residence. can it be used for residential application ? thank you. mfs

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Yes but you might have to upgrade your electrical plug in some of them use more amperage than a home is set up for at the circuit breaker. please check into that before you make the change

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I own a Comstock-Castle Range model C330-11.It has been converted to use propane. It has 4 burners @ 13,000 BTU ea and a griddle @ 20,000 BTU on the stove top. It has a single oven with no broiler @ 25,000...


Castle ranges don't require a electrical plug. If converted to LP/propane make sure the water column (WC) is set to 10 inches. If it is less you will have pilot light problems even if the thermocouple is strong. If set at 10 inches, most likely problem is the thermocouple. Correct replacement at Castle is approx. $25. The manual for current ranges should cover most issues but the Castle stopped making the C series ranges in the 80s. All controls and most parts are still available.

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Will not heat anything up . It is only about 8 months old.


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