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J/A range Mod. JDS9860

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#1 certified tech group 51

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Posted 12 December 2012 - 10:52 AM

This unit has the standard gas valves on the right side..They have the full range from low to high....The left side has the grill option with the gas valves the only high to med  range.................I sold them the burner cartridge but with the orifices located at /near the valves VS. the right side , the orifices are at the burner head.........I was going to purchase the gas valves for the right side and install them on the left side ....The gas valves are not listed by location,  Just Item 7.........74006065    74006066    74006067    and   74006068..............Has any body tried this so there is  the complete  high to low  range on the left side ..............I suppose just buying all the valves at once would work, but  do you think the customer would think less of me????? :whistling:   ( damn parts changing monkey )    ...............P.S.  gotta get the rest of the model number out of him....


Edited by certified tech group 51, 12 December 2012 - 10:54 AM.


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Posted 12 December 2012 - 11:24 AM

 ...............P.S.  gotta get the rest of the model number out of him....

 

different models use different Valves

JDS9860CDS02
JDS9860CDS01
JDS9860CDB01
JDS9860BDS22
JDS9860CDW00
JDS9860BCP
JDS9860AAP
JDS9860BDB
JDS9860AAP0
JDS9860BDB21
JDS9860AAW23
JDS9860BDS
JDS9860BDS0
JDS9860ACP20
JDS9860BDW21
JDS9860CDB00
JDS9860AAP23
JDS9860ACB22
JDS9860ACW21
JDS9860CDW01
JDS9860BCP11
JDS9860BDW0
JDS9860BDB0
JDS9860ACP
JDS9860AAB
JDS9860BDW
JDS9860CDS00
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Posted 12 December 2012 - 05:52 PM

no way no how i re-enginner this for JA...they are fully aware of this issue and their response is "deal with it"

for me it stops right there...no way  no how


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Posted 12 December 2012 - 06:19 PM

I'm kinda dragging my feet on this one... ( Paperwork dated  about 2 months ago ) .............If you have worked on these units ( sounds like you are well acquainted )................ the burners on the left is a whole burner assy, almost like the standard 'drop-in cartridge'....Both orifices are the same size.............  You want to have a happy customer , but , you do not want to blow them up either..  :woot:...............  (  That would be the end of business relationship  :sweat:   )  .



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Posted 12 December 2012 - 06:53 PM

they are fully aware of this issue and their response is "deal with it"

 

Per Service Pointer K8178755: "This would be considered normal operation."


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Posted 12 December 2012 - 06:56 PM

If not being able to simmer a damn thing is normal, then this is normal lol
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Posted 12 December 2012 - 09:41 PM

Personally, I would not modify any part of the Gas system from factory design.

 

What if someone unsuspecting comes along and puts the griddle insert back in


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Posted 13 December 2012 - 09:39 AM

Then the Chef will be asking.... "  How do you like your steak grilled, Raw to Rare ???? "   :ohmy: ............






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