When I select "Bake" oven goes to "Broil" instead. What does it need to fix it?
Answer Hello Eric,
If the unit is goint to broil instead of bake then there would be a problem with the clock assembly 316207529.
Why does gas leak from where the gas line connects to the regulator?
Answer Hello Rick,
Either you have a loose connection, Teflon tape was not use on the connection or you have a bad fitting or regulator.
Do I need 310691706 to get the proper amount of gas to make the burners and oven work properly? The oven barely lights but the burners will not light. Thank you for for any info.
Answer Hello Mike. If the supply is correct coming to the unit, but the regulator is not allowinf the proper amount into the unit, you will need to order and replace the regulator in the unit.
I need to switch a propane stove to a natural gas stove. What do I need to buy?
Answer Hello William. To convert this unit back to natural gas you will need to purchase four orifices 316470400. The oven and regulator are adjustable on the unit. Thanks!
Where can I get a pressure regulator and also a manual?
Answer Hello Lee,
The pressure regulator part number is 5308007974. Since the model number you provided is not complete and a bit inaccurate, I looked up all of the possibilities and all of these similar models use this same pressure regulator. If you need a use and care manual, you can download it free at Whirlpool.com with the complete model number.
I have a older Gibson: (I don't know where to find the model number), but the stove temperature is all over the place. I looked for some sort of a thermostat that can control it, but haven't found one. Is there such a thing or what do I need?
Answer Hello Jeri,
There are two ways used to control the temperature inside the bake compartment. One is with a standard thermostat with the copper tube leading to the bulb inside the bake compartment. The other way is with a temperature sensor and an electronic control board. It is impossible to say which one your unit uses or the part numbers of the parts without the model number. If you go to our website and look at the orange box you click on to "search" for your part or model, just to the right of it you will see the statement, "Help Me Find My Model Number", this will show you where to look to find the model number I.D. tag.