Venturi tube is not moving and what is the best way to get this piece out?
To remove the venturi, you will need to use a pair of duck bill pliers and stick down into the venturi, use a screwdriver in between the handles as a pry bar and twist the venturi out.
I am converting this stove top to natural, what orifices will I need?
Answer Robert, to convert back to NG you'll need to order the jet holders. For the two 1200 btu burners use part number 00188974, for the two 8000 btu burners use part number 00188972 and for the 1500 btu burner use part number 00188976. Thanks!
What is the Venturi Tube outside diameter? I'm gonna use a drill bit to break the staked tube inside jet holder. Any advice on how unscrew the tube, Part Number AP2825260 10mm (#15-10-154)
Answer Slav, You'll need to be very careful if you're going to use an "easy out" or drill bit, you'll probably damage the orifice holder 00415498 and or the gas supply tube 00487244. 10 mm is a bit small,but it is a "metric" dimension. You'll want to have some anti seize compound handy when you put the burners back together, that will help to keep the venturi from seizing to the orifice holder in the future. The threads on the venturi and orifice holder are "standard" threads(clockwise to tighten, counter clockwize to loosen).
I'm trying to unscrew the venturi tube to replace the ignition plug. I'm using a 20mm socket and turning right. After some initial resistance (and some wd-40), now the tube turns but is not coming up. What am I doing wrong?
Answer Hi Fabrizio. The venturi nut moves off in the counterclockwise position. Now it appears by description that it is stripped and turning free. The question now is what burner are you describing so we can provide the correct burner tube assy. ? The front lt and rear rt. are the same jet orifice part # 00188972. The front rt. and the left rear are the part # 00188974. The top brass nut is part # 00188978. Please let us know if you will need the burner tubes for each burner. Thank You.