Question about Garland H283 Gas Kitchen Range
Again, our 50 or so yr old Garland commercial (six burner, double oven, salamander) is having pilot issues. You all helped us clean up the one oven pilot with the needle and seems to be working fine. But, we turned off the pilot to the second oven 3 yrs ago when we rented the house. Now that we are back we are trying to re-light it and it won't take. We did the cleaning with the needle but still it will not light. Any ideas?
I'm not familiar with Garlands. When I run into a similar problem with other stoves of that vintage (Wedgewoods, etc.) I trace the pilot lines piece by piece, from the manifold to the pilot burner, if necessary opening a connection or two to see where I'm getting gas and where I'm not.
Is there a needle valve for adjusting the pilot flame? Is there gas getting all the way to the pilot burner? When it's the pilot burner itself that's the problem, I take it apart, brush/blow/shake out the crud, and run a small drill (#79 or so) through the orifice.
Posted on Dec 19, 2007
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