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Question DetailsAsked on 10/5/2011

I need a person who can "calibrate" a gas stove. My burners have never worked correctly. What type repairman do I need?

My stove burners have never worked correctly. They do not have a "simmer" level. Things cook too quickly. One burner does no come on at all. They have that electric (?) starter that "clicks" then ignites the burner. I believe that the repair person has to be licensed to do gas line repair. Is that right?

Thanks for your advice.

J. Knight

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your local gas company. PG&E came out checked all our pilots, and if I am not mistaken, lit our stove for us when we moved in after checking to make sure gas wasn't leaking from it. And they checked the gas from the connection of the clothes dryer after we installed in and connected it.

Answered 5 years ago by justkim

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While your local gas compnay will commonly come out for free to check for leaks and safe installation, for adjustment of burners you need an Appliance Repairman - Search the List for local ones and their ratigns and reviews.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD




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