Question about GE Profile Spectra JGBP90 Gas Kitchen Range
When the oven is turned on, the glow burners comes on and it takes about a minute before the gas valve opens and the lower burner comes on. But for some reason, the gas valve starts to open/close and this was visually verified when the cover on the lower burner was removed. The flame is full, then it suddenly seems to loose the gas feed to the point the flame goes out and then suddenly the flame goes full (as if the valve opened). This ossilication goes on and on and on. This occurs as the oven heat up and when it maintains temperature. I would have expected the flame to stay full when initially heating the oven. Have any recommendations (could it be the regulator??). Thanks
Mag...not sure here. Is there a particular reason that you're suspecting a problem? Does the unit heat much slower than before? Does it bake properly? You may be looking for problems that aren't.
Posted on Dec 13, 2007
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