Originally Posted by GeomorphGirl
I just got a 2012 Stealth Evo and was unable to get the pilot light up. It is an Amana 3- burner stove. We pulled up the owner's manual online and followed the instructions, but it still would not light. Does anyone have any experience with this particular stove?
We have a trip coming up and there is no way the dealer can fix it in time.
Common problem - been around for ages (and one I WISH the industry engineers would find a solution to!)
The most common "fix" for this is to light 1 or 2 of your burners and let them burn for a few seconds. This "Primes" the propane line to your stove. You should be able to easily light your oven pilot light now.
(FYI, DW usually does this and she is in the habit of just leaving ther burner on until the oven pilot light is lit)
P.S. if you can get to your unit before your next trip you can turn on the propane and try this tip to determine if it was air in the lines or if you do have a faulty oven -- I am inclined to bet on air in the lines though
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