Question about Ovens
This is a propane oven. The ignition in the oven turns on, but there seems to be no gas flow that creates the heat after the electric start. Three of the top burners do not start with the electronic ignition. One does. We use the other burners by lighting a match. We live out in the country and it is very expensive to hire someone to come out here. Is there anything we can do to get the oven to work? I am mostly concerned about getting the oven to work. I don't mind doing the manual start on the top burners. I would greatly appreciate any help you can offer. Thank you very much, Karen
You cannot afford to take chances with gas of any kind, I must first suggest that you get a registered expert to sort out your problem. because you need to know and be sure that there is gas in your bottle, that you have the correct regulator and pressure, that the oven is set up for bottled gas as the jets are different sizes to normal town gas but all these measures can have disasterous effects if you get it wrong
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
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