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Old 08-20-2013, 07:31 PM   #21
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It doesn't appear to. I held the knob for a couple minutes and the lighter as well by the pilot assembly. Never heard the hiss of gas, never smelled gas, but don't know if the flame was jumping or not. Even tried turning the oven temp up to get more gas to no avail.
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Old 08-20-2013, 08:05 PM   #22
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It doesn't appear to. I held the knob for a couple minutes and the lighter as well by the pilot assembly. Never heard the hiss of gas, never smelled gas, but don't know if the flame was jumping or not. Even tried turning the oven temp up to get more gas to no avail.

Did you hold the oven knob down in the pilot position? There is a place when turrning the knob the knob will push down. Hold it there(pushing down) and put a match or lighter to the pilot orfice under the oven till it lights. Hold a little longer till the thermocoupler warm up and the pilot stays on. Then turn up the oven.
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Oh, we have plenty to buy still, that was just an issues list. Still need a good rug, more jacks, adjustable step, cooking supplies for the fire and so on, and on, and on. lol Not sure we'll ever be finished buying stuff.
Nope, the buying never ends. We're about to take our first long trip...have had our baby 3 months, this is our fifth trip, so I'm picking up a

"tire aid" tomorrow...no jack needed if you have a flat.
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Also picking up a volt meter that just plugs into an outlet...monitors voltage.

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Did you hold the oven knob down in the pilot position? There is a place when turrning the knob the knob will push down. Hold it there(pushing down) and put a match or lighter to the pilot orfice under the oven till it lights. Hold a little longer till the thermocoupler warm up and the pilot stays on. Then turn up the oven.
The trick is to find the notch on the oven knob where it pushes down. That is when gas only comes out of the pilot. No where else! Till the pilot warms up. Turning it past the notch will not allow any gas out to the burner.
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Yes I was holding it down on the lite pilot notch. Nothing
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Nope, the buying never ends. We're about to take our first long trip...have had our baby 3 months, this is our fifth trip, so I'm picking up a

"tire aid" tomorrow...no jack needed if you have a flat.
CAMCO 22 - Camco Mfg Trailer-Aid Flat Tire Jack 22 - RV Plus

Also picking up a volt meter that just plugs into an outlet...monitors voltage.

Gosh I'm learning so much from everyone here! DH reads here a lot, just doesn't post much. I'm the chatty cathy in this marriage. /snork
I bought one of those as well! After blowing a tire on the way home from purchasing it, I said never again will I be stranded on the road!!
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Old 08-20-2013, 08:38 PM   #27
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Yes I was holding it down on the lite pilot notch. Nothing
I suggest you take it to a dealer. There's nothing else we can do for you.
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I suggest you take it to a dealer. There's nothing else we can do for you.
Well that's disappointing.
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Do you feel qualified to replace the gas valve behind the knob, and to pay the price for it knowing that there may be something else wrong instead of that? (For instance, maybe the pipe between the valve and the pilot isn't connected, or there's some adjustment on the valve that is closed off.)
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Sure. Doesn't look like that big of a job long as the gas is off.
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