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  1. I have a GE Cafe Series range (CGS985SET8SS) where only half of the right front burner has flames when turned on. This started happening when we removed the burners to do some cleaning (the burners themselves were not cleaned). As a longshot, I've tried cleaning out the burner holes with a pin but that hasn't helped (they aren't clogged or dirty). Any ideas?
  2. Samurai Appliance Repair Man

    LG Dryer Gas Valve Troubleshooting

    From the album: Dryer Repair

    Replacement gas valve assembly: http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Gas-Valve-Assembly/5221EL2002A/1266848
  3. The LF burner doesn't heat up on this range. Where do I start with troubleshooting? Are these just regular burners under glass? Or is there something more complicated going on here. I have never taken one of these apart before. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  4. Hi All - I have a 12-year old 30" KitchenAid KGSA906 30" range which uses natural gas. The LFront TripleTier flame burner will not light using the electric igniter, although that burner's igniter will click and produce a spark when knob is in the LITE position. The smallest center burner of the 3 (the simmer burner) is what the igniter is supposed to ignite - however doesn't get gas flow enough to light. I can turn on gas and manually light the outer power burner rings on that burner with a match or by turning that knob to the power burner settings and then turning one of the other burner knobs to LITE. Also, once lit manually, turning the knob to the simmer" setting means the burner simply goes out yet there will be a very light smell of gas if the knob is left in simmer. The center/simmer burner does not work all. What I have done: I have removed the cast iron burner caps and attempted to clean the burner base and the gas tube opening in the center of the simmer burner with a wet towel and paperclip etc. I have vacuumed the gas tube opening to try and pull out any loose debris. I removed the knob and turned the two brass screws that I can see behind the knob. Neither seem to have any effect on the flame. When the burner caps are off, I can hold a match over the center burner tube opening and the match will be blown out, but not light. I can smell gas, but it seems like there is too much air or too much volume in this simmer burner. Can anyone help me figure out how to get this inner simmer portion of the TripleTier to work properly and so that I can light it? Thanks Steve
  5. Hi there, I'm a brand new member and haven't poked around the forums much yet, so I apologize in advance if my etiquette is poor and I welcome all suggestions for improvement. I caused myself a pretty straightforward problem today. For background: We had warranty service on our Thermador range years ago, and I watched the technician unscrew the venturi tubes from the brass burner bases to remove the drip tray to replace the main control board. What happened today: The wife has been wanting to give the drip trays a good cleaning for a long time, so while I was dealing with another issue, I decided to remove the drip trays for a good soaking. I got one of the venturi tubes unscrewed with considerable effort, but on the second one, I ended up breaking the orifice (or jet) holder that it screws into. It looks like I'll need to get a different drip tray off in order to secure the broken holder and get the venturi tube off to replace it, but all the venturi tubes feel pretty seized and I'm worried about breaking more of them. It looks like all the replacement parts I need are pretty easily available, so I think I just need advice for removing the venturi tubes safely. They just backed out without any problem for the service tech I watched, so I'm guessing the years of heat cycling have caused some corrosion buildup on the threads. Anyone have suggestions other than soaking them in penetrating oil for days?
  6. Thermador Professional Oven Burner Tech-Bulletin - Oven Temperature Problem View File SUBJECT: Oven Temperature Problem MODELS: Professional Range Models PGxxx and PGRxxx Serial Number FD8301 and Greater PUB 58300000115764 December 2005 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 06/21/2016 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  7. Version 1.0.0

    28 downloads

    SUBJECT: Oven Temperature Problem MODELS: Professional Range Models PGxxx and PGRxxx Serial Number FD8301 and Greater PUB 58300000115764 December 2005
  8. File Name: GE Gas Range Service Bulletin- Medium Output, 9500 BTU Gourmet Burner Is Hard To Light File Submitter: Chat_in_FL File Submitted: 10 Dec 2015 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper MEDIUM OUTPUT, 9500 BTU GOURMET BURNER IS HARD TO LIGHT JGBP27BEW1 JGBP30WEW1 JGBP35GEV3/4 JGBP79GEV3/4 JGBS23AEW1 LGB356GEV1/2/4 JGBP28BEW1 JGBP34AEV3/4/5 JGBP35WEV3/4 JGBP79WEV3/4 JGBS23BEW1/2 LGB356WEW1/2/4 JGBP28GEV3/4 JGBP34AEW1 JGBP35WEW1 JGBP79WEW1 JGBS23GEV3/4 RGB530BEW1 JGBP30AEV1/2/3 JGBP34GEV3/4/5 JGBP38GEV3/4 JGBP80MEV1/2 JGBS23WEV3/4 RGB532 EV1/2 JGBP30AEW1 JGBP34WEW1 JGBP61WEW1 JGBP80MEW1 JGBS23WEW1 RGB532BEW1 JGBP30BEW1 JGBP35AEV3/4 JGBP79AEV3/4 JGBS21PEW1 LGB146GEV1/2/3 RGB533 EV1/2/4 JGBP30GEV3/4 JGBP35AEW1 JGBP79AEW1 JGBS22BEW LGB156WEV1/2/4 RGB535GEV1/2/4 JGBP30WEV3/4 JGBP35BEW1 JGBP79BEW1 JGBS22GEV3/4 LGB336GEV1/2/4 RGB745GEV1/2/4 RGB745WEV1/2/ JGP326AEV1 JGP336AEV1/2 JGP626AEV1 JGP636AEV1/2 JGP326BEV1 JGP336BEV1/2 JGP626BEV1 JGP636BEV1/2 JGP326WEV1 JGP336WEV1/2 JGP626WEV1 JGP636WEV1/2 GSP22GEV1 JGSP23WEV1 JGSP32GEV1 JGSP44AEV1 JGSP44BEW1 JGSP23BEW1 JGSP23WEW1 JGSP33WEV1 JGSP44AEW1 PUB RA06-96 Click here to download this file
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    MEDIUM OUTPUT, 9500 BTU GOURMET BURNER IS HARD TO LIGHT JGBP27BEW1 JGBP30WEW1 JGBP35GEV3/4 JGBP79GEV3/4 JGBS23AEW1 LGB356GEV1/2/4 JGBP28BEW1 JGBP34AEV3/4/5 JGBP35WEV3/4 JGBP79WEV3/4 JGBS23BEW1/2 LGB356WEW1/2/4 JGBP28GEV3/4 JGBP34AEW1 JGBP35WEW1 JGBP79WEW1 JGBS23GEV3/4 RGB530BEW1 JGBP30AEV1/2/3 JGBP34GEV3/4/5 JGBP38GEV3/4 JGBP80MEV1/2 JGBS23WEV3/4 RGB532 EV1/2 JGBP30AEW1 JGBP34WEW1 JGBP61WEW1 JGBP80MEW1 JGBS23WEW1 RGB532BEW1 JGBP30BEW1 JGBP35AEV3/4 JGBP79AEV3/4 JGBS21PEW1 LGB146GEV1/2/3 RGB533 EV1/2/4 JGBP30GEV3/4 JGBP35AEW1 JGBP79AEW1 JGBS22BEW LGB156WEV1/2/4 RGB535GEV1/2/4 JGBP30WEV3/4 JGBP35BEW1 JGBP79BEW1 JGBS22GEV3/4 LGB336GEV1/2/4 RGB745GEV1/2/4 RGB745WEV1/2/ JGP326AEV1 JGP336AEV1/2 JGP626AEV1 JGP636AEV1/2 JGP326BEV1 JGP336BEV1/2 JGP626BEV1 JGP636BEV1/2 JGP326WEV1 JGP336WEV1/2 JGP626WEV1 JGP636WEV1/2 GSP22GEV1 JGSP23WEV1 JGSP32GEV1 JGSP44AEV1 JGSP44BEW1 JGSP23BEW1 JGSP23WEW1 JGSP33WEV1 JGSP44AEW1 PUB RA06-96
  10. Samurai Appliance Repair Man

    GE Gas Range Cooktop Burner Mounting Screws

    From the album: Ovens, Ranges, Stoves

    www.ApplianceGuru.com
  11. Samurai Appliance Repair Man

    GE Gas Range with A Broken Gas Supply Tube To The LF Burner

    From the album: Ovens, Ranges, Stoves

    www.ApplianceGuru.com
  12. From the album: Ovens, Ranges, Stoves

    www.ApplianceGuru.com
  13. Version video MP4

    70 downloads

    LG Gas Dryer Troubleshooting Techniques
  14. File Name: LG Gas Dryer Troubleshooting Techniques File Submitter: Samurai Appliance Repair Man File Submitted: 09 Jul 2013 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper LG Gas Dryer Troubleshooting Techniques Click here to download this file
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