We repair all brands/models stoves in Raleigh, NC such as Sears stoves, Whirlpool stoves, GE stoves, Sunray stoves, Amana stoves and many more. (view the complete brands list we work on). We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and there is no extra charge for the weekend or night appointments. Our service call is Free with the repair and all the work is guaranteed for 1 year.
We provide stove repair to all Raleigh, NC zip codes and surrounding cities. The following areas correspond to our Appliance service areas:
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We repair all brands stoves
O'Keefe and Merritt
And many more stoves that we repair in Raleigh, NC brands view the full list
We have been in Appliance Repair business for eight years. For immediate Raleigh, NC stove repair service call us 24/7 out our toll free number:
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Please read these preventative and easy-to-repair tips. However if your stove problem cannot be resolved with our easy tips, consider calling us for an appointment. We will be happy to help.
In a gas stove, the heat for both the stove surface burners and the oven emanates from an open flame the fuel may be either natural gas or one of several types of bottled gas, but the operation in either case is the same. The gas stove burner operates by combining the fuel from the supply line with the correct proportion of air for burning that is thorough and clean. The fuel enters the stove burner assembly through an orifice, which is simply an opening sized to provide the proper amount of gas flow. The gas stream pulls air in through an open shutter behind the orifice, and as the mixture flows on through the stove burner tube to the burner itself, the air and gas mix thoroughly. By the time it reaches the stove burner, the air/gas mixture is ready to meet the stove pilot or the burner flame. Burning then occurs with an odorless and soot-free flame. Air must be mixed with the fuel supply in the proper proportion to provide a clean-burning and efficient flame. You can judge the quality of the air/fuel mixture by observing the flame. If the flame is yellow, you know that there is insufficient air; if the flame tends to pull away from the burner, you know that there is too much air. You can regulate the quantity of air by adjusting the shutter, which is located at the point where the burner meets a pipe near the front of the range. Merely loosen a screw, adjust the shutter to render the correct flame, and then retighten the screw.
How do you adjust an air shutter?
Close the shutter until the flame turns yellow, and then open the shutter slowly until the yellow tips of the flame just disappear. You should see a distinct cone-shaped flame with soft blue tips. The flame is hottest at the points of the tips, and coolest at their base.
The heat output from each surface-unit burner is usually regulated by a separate control valve. This valve opens and closes an internal passageway, allowing more or less gas to flow through the orifice. The amount of gas that flows through the orifice automatically adjusts the air mixture; a smaller amount of gas flow allows a smaller quantity of air to enter the air shutter.
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