I haven't yet installed the range, but I can see that the oven door does not close quite properly. In fact on one side, you can easily slip a few sheets of paper between door and gasket when the door is 'closed'. Door does not appear warped or damaged, so I am assuming this a a hinge adjustment, but I don't know how to do this.
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Re: Premier P36S328BP: Brand New
To my opinion, the gap you have between door and gasket should not effect ranger's performance.
You will have an access to the hinge by opening ranger's side panel.
If I understand well,it's a new ranger.If so,in case you are insist to fix it, just call for Premiere's service for it.
Good luck !!
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Pull the knob off of the spindle for the oven control. The temperature adjustment is done by turning the screw inbedded in the end of the spindle. Use a 5/64" blade screwdriver CCW to increase the oven temperature or CW to decrease. Make small adjustments until the dial setting matches the oven temperature.
was the door removed during delivery? Hinges not being fully seated can cause this. also check to see if the lock is striking the door liner, it should line up with a slot in the inner surface of the door and not touch anything unless the oven is in self-clean
Sounds like you have shorted out the ignitor module and you may need to replace it. Electric gas igniters sometimes get stuck in one position causing a clicking sound. The clicking sound that you hear is the electric arc that is pulsing from the igniter conductor (wire) to ground (the gas burner). It receives power from the electrical outlet that the stove is plugged into. Hope this helps.