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Don't fiddle with gas - get a technician or increase your fire insurance.

Bosch Kitchen... | Answered 6 hours ago

you dont want to use oil you want
pick up some not stick spay like pam
just spray it into the part of hinge you can see
after a few open and close the sqeek should go away

Kitchen Ranges | Answered 15 hours ago

oven burners ignitors weak and/or valve faulty
top burners regulator issue
you should call for service

Kitchen Ranges | Answered 15 hours ago

use some packing tape stick it on light lens to turn
the hood came with a suction cup for unscrewing bulbs
you could order through dacor or find one in dollar store

Dacor Kitchen... | Answered 15 hours ago

you have to turn all knobs to off including the outer selector dials on the outer part of oven temp knobs
once everything is turned to off shut breaker down for 2 min then turn on should reset

Thermador... | Answered 15 hours ago

with manual stat the control when turned on is on bake
once you go to broil it locks into broil
in order to go back to bake you have to go back to off position and then on to temp to reset back to bake

Kitchen Ranges | Answered 15 hours ago

older viking have large round nut with 2 holes
you can insert needle nose pliers into holes to turn
you can also use pipe wrench on round part of nut
if the nut is seised on you may have to drill out and replace nut and jet holder that nut screws onto

Viking Kitchen... | Answered 16 hours ago

mfg only suggest calabrating up to 50 deg
if you are burning you are way past 50 deg so you should replace stat

AGA Kitchen... | Answered 16 hours ago

set oven into self clean wait till it says door locked and on and then cancel cycle after a couple min should unlock if not you may need lock
there is no safty latch ther is door removal latch on hinges if these were in hold position the door would not close

Bosch Kitchen... | Answered 16 hours ago

slow lighting is not all that uncommon on these ranges. Make sure the burners are clean and that you can see the spark at each ignitor. If that is OK, check the gas pressure to the burners.

Jenn-Air Kitchen... | Answered 22 hours ago

Yellow flame is incomplete combustion. This can be due to poor air inlet or mixture. It is normally related to low air into the burner mix. Lint build up or grease can cause vents to reduce or block. A yellow flame is rich in co2, which has a direct link to higher co levels.

GE Kitchen... | Answered Yesterday

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