How do you adjust the thermostat to reflect the correct temperature?
Answer Hello Andrea. Sorry, but that information is not provided. Most of these have an adjustment screw inside the shaft.
Just bought RV and can not get the knob on the oven temp control to push in and turn never used this oven am I missing something Thanks
Answer Hello Gerald. If you turn the knob, you should be able to turn on the oven. If the knob does not turn, then the thermostat W10125661 may be bad in the unit. Hope this helps.
The pilot lites great and the burner lites great, but the burner stay wide open and never cut back or control the temp.
Answer Hello James. If the thermostat W10125661 does not control the temperature inside the oven, you will need to replace the thermostat assembly. Hope this helps.
I bought a safty vavle $139.00. The new one does the same as old one. The pilot lights but the burner don't. I bypassed the old valve and the burner lights so there is gas to the safety valve. Could the thermal coupler not be getting hot enough or could it be the thermostat?
Answer Hi Jeffrey. The oven valve is part # 7501P056-60. The thermal coupler needs to be postioned correctly in the "Standing - Pilot". If the end is not inserted lightly in the pilot then the coupler will not "sense" the correct Cycling oven temperature. This has a pilot that needs to be match lit to get it correctly working. Turn off all top burner valves. Open door and put the oven thermostat in the pilot position. Use a lighter to lite the end of the oven pilot. It may take upwards of 15 seconds to bleed -air out of lines. Once lit, leave the thermostat to the pilot reference and do not turn to - OFF. Once the oven is calling for bake heat, the standing pilot will be cycled to an operating pilot to keep the oven at the correct Temp. Take the burner out physically and clear out the burner holes. Make sure the orifice is clear also. Thank you.