Question about Garland H283 Gas Kitchen Range
Ive converted this stove to propane the orifices and pilots are clean and new gas is effectively flowing to the oven pilot yet after a period of cooking both the burner and pilot click off. The valve i engage to start the oven pilot seems to kick off. I replaced the thermal coupler still the problem persists. help
You may have an adjustment problem. The pilot flame needs to under the thermocoupler back from the tip just a touch. But ultimately, if the flame is good, the thermocoupler is good, you have a bad valve.
Also make sure that there is no overall gas pressure problems with the unit. A bad regulator can starve a unit for gas one minute, and work the next.
Posted on May 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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