Question about DCS Kitchen Ranges
Well,we know there is no gas,check and make sure the gas valve is on in the rear.Was this stove just put in?If so,the gas has to bleed the air out first.Look to see that there is no leaks in the stove.If the regulator senses any leaks,it will cut the gas off.If there are no leaks,and the gas valve is on,replace the regulator,it has stuck in shut down.Look for a reset on the regulator,to reactivate the regulator.If a stove eye,or oven burner was blown out by mistake,it would have shut the gas off.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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