Question about Kitchen Ranges
As you might have smell gas earlier, and it is not working now, my first bet would be to check Gas Leak. I have seen many cases of gas leak. A small leak may have developed at a pipe or tubing connection or at a fitting in the gas supply line, etc. May be best to contact the propane suppler and get their opinion.
Unless you are handy with tools, confident and sure you can locate the leak within the gas piping/tubing system to the stove. In this case, leak detection soap would need to be used to locate the leak if it's not within or behind a wall, etc.
If all else fails, suggestion is to contact a professional gas plumbing and piping contractor. A gas leak not in an appliance requires specialized skills and electronic leak detection tools. In my opinion, gas leaks are often best left to a professional for your safety and peace of mind.
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Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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