Area burners with electronic lighters can be ignited manually. Hold a lit match near the burner and turn the knob to the LITE position. Once the burner is lit, turn the knob to the desired position.
Press and hold the oven button and turn it to the on position. Press the oven button with one hand so that it can be turned and keep it pressed until the light comes on. Turn to the left of the power symbol or the first temperature setting.
In the event of a power failure, you can light the surface cooker with a match on your gas or electric combo ignition or on your gas cooker. Hold a lit match against the burner, then turn the knob to the down position. The stove in your gas chamber is lit with an electric ignition, so there is no need for indicator lights.
Find the pilot at the back of the room. The pilot is mounted on the left side of the oven. To light the stove flame, press and hold the stove control button while lighting the pilot flame with a match. If the oven control is on, press and hold the oven control button for 1 minute before releasing it.
There is no indicator light. These new stoves have an electric ignition.
Turn the valve to pilot. Next to the valve you will see a small button labeled Reset. Press this button while applying the lighter or butane to the pilot valve. Always leave the flame on until the igniter ignites, then release the button.
Most gas chambers and newer ovens do not have indicator lights. Instead, the gas is ignited by an electric ignition system.
The indicator lights under the burners and in the oven must light up for operation. Turn the cooking knob to turn it on, it will make a couple of clicks and then it will light up. After switching on, turn the knob to low, medium or high. If it doesn’t burn and you smell gas, turn it off, wait and try again.
Turn on the indicator light.
How to know if a night light is off
The problem is that the gas valve that supplies fuel to the pilot can still pump gas when a pilot goes out. This can lead to gas formation and if the igniter is re-ignited or re-ignited it can cause a very serious ■■■■■■■■■.
Expose the burners to the gas compartment.
Find and turn on the night light: This is often referred to as a night light and can be a small hole in the back of the stove, in the center of the front near the door or in a back corner. If you can’t see it in the oven, it could be in the back of the roaster.
If you try to turn on the light, wait for the gas smell to vanish before turning the knob to the pilot position. If you follow these instructions, it is safe to light a pilot with a gas lighter.
Usually a problem with the thermocouple causes the light to go out. The thermocouple is the small copper rod that touches the control lamp. The thermocouple’s job is to close a gas safety valve when the pilot goes out. This is important because gas is always fed to the igniter to keep the flame burning.
First get everyone out of the house and report the leak to the local gas company.
How to bypass the electric igniter on a gas stove
If the stove does not receive gas, it does not heat up. Light a stove to regulate the gas supply. When the burner is lit, gas enters the device. However, if the burner is not lit, you will need to remove the frame from the wall to make sure the gas shut-off valve is open.