I just need a new gas regulator valve part #
You better go back to your range and check that model number. The first two numbers indicate the width in inches. WELL, They didn't make a 53" wide range.
When you check it, verify the whole model number. What you gave us doesn't look right.
First off, this is a domestic range for home use. Unfortunatly we don't service home use equipment. But the good news is that there are manuals on line. This is what I found for you.
I don't know what you need the regulator for, But this range was built for a single gas and is NOT convertible as the actual burner design are different for natural and LP gases..
For more information, you can
Ectofix, this is a 30 inch "Cuisine series" home range billed as a professional. Like GE's latest on the food shows.
Oh, so now I see. I also see the residential model numbering has an entirely different meaning that the commercial.
I sure wish the instructions for posting questions here was more visible so we'd stop getting dryer, vacuum cleaner and other residential appliance questions.
Don't forget the super common Bunn coffee makers. and various Blenders.
Never saw sealed burners before. Interesting.
What little I've experienced (and you would most certainly know), household stuff is put together at an entirely different level.
While offering mundane little conveniences not found in commercial equipment, they're made...
For that matter, as big and bad as this high-end, so-called "professional" American Range unit is, it's still only 1/2 of its commercial counterpart in terms of heat output.
I won't get intensely involved in workin on domestic stuff unless it's for myself.
For family or friend? Only if it's obviously a straight-forward and no-brainer repair.
Been there. Done that.
ectofix wrote: Oh, so now I see. I also see the residential model numbering has an entirely different meaning that the commercial. I sure wish the instructions for posting questions here was more visible so we'd stop getting dryer, vacuum cleaner and other residential appliance questions.
Working on that one guys! If you aren't aware, the company that hosts this forum, called Jive, has been sold (it's public knowledge, no insider stuff here!). To be clear, I am not talking about Parts Town, just the host of TechTOWN.
So, come what may, expect some changes in the future!
Hopefully with some improvements. I frequent another forum too...and the format of this one has never been my favorite.
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