Question about Refrigerators
Its switched for lpg. The burner wont stay on. The flame failure device has been changed and is working there is a spark . when i try it with the combustion chamber open or off it will light ok .its a sealed chamber about the size of a large match box with a air in take and air exaust out letits as if there is to much gas or air . i have tryed everthing to control the air encluding reducing pre airnation (thats spelt wrong) and my gas presure at the valve is 31 mil bar not that much above 28
What you are referring to as the flame failure device and there is a spark? On gas refrigerators there is generally a thermocouple safety device. This thermocouple shuts off the gas if it does not receive heat from the flame to generate the millivolt current to hold the gas safety valve open. If this thermocouple is bad it will allow the flame to be lit but it will go out as soon as you manually release the depressor that opens the valve. Your supply pressure is in range. If you have to much primary air you will get a flame lift of from the burner. To little primary air and you will have a dirty and lazy flame.
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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