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How do I light the pilot for the stove on a Garland GV286

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Send the model number and how old is it? and i can look it up for you

Posted on Sep 04, 2010

  • Sal DeAngelo Sep 04, 2010

    if the pilot won't light put i light in the oven and with a paper clip clean out the holes where the gas comes in and if you have a little steel brush clean the pilot assy.these old stoves after the years clog up and need to be cleaned,and then just light it with a match or a clicker

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