Question about Kitchen Ranges
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you are still under warranty, and have "lemon laws"... repaired three times in the warranty period for the same problem... they have to replace the stove. We all need to get Kitchenaid to start replacing these ranges over and over, maybe then they will address the issue. Clean, baby clean... you paid extra for a self clean oven, hold Kitchenaid accountable!
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
Don't starve the inlet to the pump. It will detroy it.
Buy a pressure regulating valve and plumb it in line per the instructions. Do not use a relief valve because you will have to have a return line or you will heat the water up on the inlet side of the pump depending on how the pressure washer is set up. It should already have a safety relief valve. You might look and also find a pressure regulator that is adjustable and all you problems will be solved.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
This might be grit or ash that might have found it's into the burner. When the gas flows into the burner has enough velocity to pick up and carry small debris to the inside of the openings in the burner. When you tap it the debris falls from the holes and gas can flow again. If you are on propane, it is common to have grit in the lines. Natural is less likely to have grit unless you have had construction nearby. Finally, does this system use a flame sense probe? If yes the sense probe might also be dirty and need to be wiped with steel wool (soap free)
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
The only other thing I would do is to be sure the tube is sealed good where it hooks and doesn't have a tiny hole and take it off and blow through it To make sure it's clear.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
Maurader1 an apprentice has this problem solved and is spot on. All these gurus and wiz need to stick to the basic and common sense. The first place your pump will give out after use or abuse is the gasket. All this garbage about defective reeds and defective pressure switch is a lot of nonesense if you first don't rule out the most common problem the head gasket. I'm cheap and this thing has paid for itself 10 time over. You can get a gasket kit for $7, but I fabricated a gasket out of the back of my notebook and sprayed some gasket spray and been working like a charm ever since.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
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