Question about GE JGBP28 Gas Kitchen Range
Thanks for your answer about the problem I'm having with the oven.
May be the faulty valve that you mentioned affecting the pressure is also causing the flame (when lit with a match) to be very long and more than half the length yellow in color. I am using natural gas and the user manual states that the flames should be short and blue.
True, the flame must be short and blue, the valve is releasing the gas with far two much pressure. The oven as it is now is dangerous, do not turn it on. Being it a gas oven, safety issues are involved, you should be inspected by a qualified technician.
Posted on May 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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