Originally Posted by OldCoot
Had the same problem in FL this year, it was caused by the regulator on the drivers side, Not the swithover regulator which I changed first with no results.
You have more than one regulator on your rig??
My switchover regulator went bad -- low flow from one side and it
wouldn't switch sides. Replaced the tank pig tail hoses as those can cause
problems too but didn't fix my problem.
Bought a new reg online and it works sort of-- it will switch from right to
left but not from left to right so I always make sure the "main tank" is the
right side. Also my new one has an itty bitty tell tale window that is so
small and hard to see I practically need a flashlite to see the color even
Lesson-- buy a good one from a dealer and LOOK at it first. If the window
is small- move on!
The oven problem from Painting teacher might go away with a new
regulator or not.
Sounds like the oven is heating the 1st cycle but the pilot is not staying
on and when it reaches temp it shuts off the burner and then doesn't
come back on due to no pilot?
FYI- the oven burner does not go hi and low like a stove top burner.
The oven is on or off period. It cycles much like a furnace to keep the
set temp but it needs a constant pilot to do that. (Unless they have a
dsi electronic spark and then I have no idea what's going on.......)