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Wolf model AS36KI-7. Oven ignition misalignment and flame buring outside of oven area. Stove was converted to LPG when new. I had the recall kit installed part #801653 several years ago. The repair lasted over seven years. Now the oven flame will still burn outside of the confined area once every ten times when we lite the oven. We have a tile floor in the kitchen. I contacted Wolf, no help. Thank you. Joe Lallande 989-356-9816.

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You could try a new thermocouple and/or cleaning the pilot assembly. The thermocouple is the tube that screws into the pilot safety valve and runs to the actual pilot and is heated by the pilot flame. If you change this part be sure not to over tighten the thermocouple into the safety valve as it can break. You should go finger tight plus a quarter turn. Also you should check to see if the pilot is solid, not weak. Thermocouples can be purchased from your local equipment service company, sometimes Home Depot has them for water heaters, be sure you get on with proper length. Hope this helps.

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