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You need professional help from a stove repair technician if your stove burner doesn't come on or if you have any other issues with it. Just call our toll free number and let us take care of whatever your stove problem is. We are available 24/7 for Atlanta Stove Repair at:
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Below is information for you about how to lengthen the life of your stove, as well as how you can use them more efficiently – and so save money on your utility bills. However, we do not post this information with the intent of saying that you should try the stove repairs yourself. Stove repairs require practice, particular tools, and specialized education. In addition, repairs on stove require special knowledge of gas or electric systems. And it can be extremely dangerous if you don't have the information or skill needed. For knowledgeable, expert help with your stove repairs call us any time of day or night at:
Gas Type Stoves
Each stove is equipped with a nameplate and number plate which is stamped with the type of gas that is to be used on that model of stove appliance. On most stoves, this plate is under the main stove burner top. Almost all stoves are equipped with universal orifices and are adjusted for the gas specified on the number plate. They must be readjusted for use with other gases. Do not attempt to use any stove with LP gas until the proper adjustments have been made. It is strongly recommended that a licensed gas stove repair technician install any stove that requires LP gas. This stove installation procedure is also recommended when the stove is to be moved from one location to another when LP gas is involved.
Stove Gas Adjustments
When making adjustments to any of the gas components in the stove, use the following steps for each component.
Gas Pressure Regulator
On most stoves, the gas pressure regulator is equipped with a convertible feature and can be used with either natural gas; it may be one of the three. The gas pressure regulator is adjusted for the type of gas specified on tile stove number plate and will need no readjustment if the stove is installed oil the specified gas supply. To convert the gas stove to another type of gas find the appropriate instructions. If the type of stove regulator shown is used, take the cap screw off and remove and invert the spring with the type of gas (natural or LP) face up. If the type stove is used, remove and invert the converter nut with the type of gas used (natural or LP) face up. When the type stove is used, remove the cap screw and snap out the red plastic gas indicator by bushing it sideways. Turn the red plastic gas indicator fur the type of gas used (natural or LP) and snap it back into the cap screw. Put the cap screw back oil the gas pressure regulator. The maximum allowable gas supply pressure to the regulator is 14 inches of water column. The minimum supply pressure required for checking t he pressure regulator setting is 5 inches of water column for natural gas and 11 inches of water column for LP gas. Top and Griddle Burner Pilots if there is no top pilot on electronic ignition systems. Use the following steps when adjusting the top and griddle burner pilots.
Raise the main stove top. Adjust the pilot flame 1, turning the adjustment screw oil each Pilot filter until the handle is about inch high and has a slightly yellow tip. The pilot filters are located between the top burner halves.
If there is some delay or failure in the lighting of the top burner, it cannot be corrected by increasing the height of the pilot flame to more than inch. Spilled food or other foreign matter may be clogging the gas port of the burner. This will cause a lighting failure, especially if the lighter ports are clogged. Clean these ports with a needle using care not to damage the burner port. Also recheck the gas and air shutter adjustment for the top burner.
Note: Be sure that each burner is level and is attached to the valve at the front.
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