The gas company disconnected my oven for CO . I'm surprised this model has no gasket or seal between the burner pipe and gas valve. How do I adjust the burner air/gas mixture ? I would expect the rotatable vents should correct this problem.
Answer Willy, You are correct, there is no seal or gasket between the oven burner tube and the oven gas valve. This is normal. On the burner tube, in the area of the "shutter" there is a small Phillips head screw or a hex head screw that needs to be loosened, so you can adjust the shutter, you may have to manipulate the shutter a few times before making any adjustments, the heat can cause the shutter to seize, and be very difficult to adjust. If you range operates on Nat. Gas, you want to open the shutter approximately 3/4 open, and adjust from there. If your range operates on LP gas, you need to start with the shutter full open, and adjust down from there. The proper flame and burn characteristics should be a double blue flame, with little to no white or yellow tipping, and the flame should be 3/4 to 1 inch in length (with the flame spreader removed)
My burners work fine but the oven when I turn it on there is no clicking nor no heat. Is tt the spark ignitor?
Answer Linda, Yes, it could be an issue with the spark module W10331686 , or the gas distribution valve coils W10293048. The DSI spark module is usually located in the control panel of the range, and somewhat simple to replace, depending on the model number(you forgot to attach a model number) Thanks and Good Luck