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Old 05-11-2017, 01:28 PM   #16
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Re: adjust tension on stove knobs?


I asked somebody i know - if i turn the knob halfway without turning it all the way to light the pilot, will gas still come out? He said yes. Are you saying that's not true? If so, that makes me feel a lot better. When i get the stove and it gets hooked up, i'll test that.
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I can tell you that a GE Profile will allow gas without ignition...
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Our Whirlpool WILL NOT light without 120V. Not with a full box of kitchen matches or a propane torch. There is no gas to ignite without 120V AC power.

The manual even goes to the trouble of stating how clean the current of a portable generator should be to avoid damage to the electronics.
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