Question about Whirlpool Kitchen Ranges
Well first of all you can check that flame requires a mixture of both gas and air in order to burn efficiently. When the burner is set to run on high, the flame should be bright blue and steady. If the burner is not getting enough air, the flame will be blue, yellow and white and leave soot on your pans. Now is the time to adjust the pilot. With the top of the stove raised, look behind the control knobs until you see a filter valve that has a screw. Locate this screw and turn it with a screwdriver until it is a blue flame with little or no yellow or white flame.
further you can also check gas range temperature controls removing the range floor and pull out the broiler drawer. If the pilot flame is burning but the oven burner refuses to light, the pilot could be set too low. On the thermostat there is a pilot-adjustment screw that you will need to turn to increase the flame. If doing this does not increase the flame, chances are your thermostat is bad and will need replacement.
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