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Old 10-14-2005, 08:38 AM   #1
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When I light the oven and I set the temperature, the burnner kicks on with a roar. Looking at the flame it seems the flame is about a quarter of an inch from the actual burner. By lighting a stove burner the roar stops and a nice blue flame is seen on the oven burner.

On a similar note the same thing happens with the stove burners and turning down to low it stops and gives a nice blue flame.

I think there is too much gas pressure.

Is this adjustable?

Is there a specification on pressure?

My coach is still in warranty and is going to the dealer on Monday an oil change and replacement of slide out seals, so it would be nice to have an idea going in there.

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When I light the oven and I set the temperature, the burnner kicks on with a roar. Looking at the flame it seems the flame is about a quarter of an inch from the actual burner. By lighting a stove burner the roar stops and a nice blue flame is seen on the oven burner.

On a similar note the same thing happens with the stove burners and turning down to low it stops and gives a nice blue flame.

I think there is too much gas pressure.

Is this adjustable?

Is there a specification on pressure?

My coach is still in warranty and is going to the dealer on Monday an oil change and replacement of slide out seals, so it would be nice to have an idea going in there.

Thanks
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Check to see if something is blocking the air inlet on the burner tube. The adjustable air tube could be partially blocked and not mixing gas with the air. Maybe loose screw for air adjustment tube also. "007"
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Flytyer, the working pressure of the lp gas system is 11" water column. Since the rig is in warranty have them do a test of pressure and correct if (probably) needed accordingly. Good luck and enjoy!
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My dealer says it is a regulator pressure problem. The propane pressure was correct at the tank, but apparently there is a regulator in the stove that is bad. Anyway they ordered a new regulator and will replace it at no cost.
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