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Question DetailsAsked on 6/17/2017

I have a gas stove the burners work fine but have a gas odor coming from the bottom of the stove .

I have checked the gas line there is no leak there I think it maybe the pressure regulator or the ignitor. I just do not wanna spend alot of money on the parts and it not bein the issue.

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I certainly would shut off the shutoff valve behind the stove and not use it until fixed - could be a tubing or connection leak, leak at the pressure regulator, as a gas control valve, etc - some of which could happen only when the stove is in use. If still smelling gas after shutting that off then you could shut off the main shutoff for the house - or in most areas your local gas company will come and do an emergency check for the source location and shut it off - though they will not fix a leaking regulator appliance, but if say a leaking gas shutoff valve behind the stove they will commonly remove thst and cap the pipe to allow you to keep using your other gas appliances like water heater and furnace.


Appliance Repair - Large is the Search the List category for this type of repair.

Answered 1 year ago by LCD




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