Question about Vulcan Kitchen Appliances - Others
It sounds to me like you are following the proper start up. I would recommend that you do as complete a disassembly as you feel comforftable with and carefully clean all pilot and burner orifices.Clean all grease and crud out with a good degreasing detergent,I have used dawn dish soap for years. After you get everything as clean as you can gently wipe it dry and blow out with low pressure compressed air.Also clean out all gas lines and make sure the air shutters are set so that you have a nice blue flame with a small bit of yellow.I hope this helps you.Thanks
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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