Question about Vulcan Kitchen Ranges
I don't know a whole lot about these, but I know that a pilot light heats a thermocouple, which controls the gas flow valve. The repairmen should have suspected and checked it or changed it out, but the thermocouple is easier, of course. Each oven is equpped also with a gas shut-off valve, and that may be faulty.
Make sure your pilot flame is adjusted properly. Here is the proper adjustment: Homerepair.about.com explains:
A natural gas flame should be a bright blue with the tip of the flame having just a tinge of yellow. A propane flame should have a bluish green flame with a tinge of yellow at the tip. The flame should be strong enough to hit the thermocouple tip about 1/2 inch from the tip end. If the flame is weak or shaky looking, check to see that a breeze or draft is not blowing on it.
The following site will explain how everything works in detail:
This should help, just take it step by step.
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Posted on Sep 10, 2010
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