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|Lighting the gas range in 1989 Warrior||Dank||7-15-13|
|I turned the main gas valve on and toggled the sniffer switch to on. The green LED started blinking off and on. I made sure that the gas tank was full using the wall monitor. When attempting to light the burner by turning the range knob to various positions, it did not light using a match directly to the burner. I did not smell propane when turning the knobs. Is the green LED supposed to be full on to allow gas to flow? I bought this rig used and there is no manual. Any ideas on this would be appreciated.|
|Re: Lighting the gas range in 1989 Warrior||BUBBA THE BUS TECH||7-16-13|
|1st 12 volt Voltage is critical. If you do not have over 11.5 this system does not work.|
2nd This system was problem prone when current. LPG detectors have a best before of just 3 or 4 years. Yours was past due over a decade ago.
3rd to nueter this system is not dificult. LAy under your LPG tank and look up at the valve. There will be a manual valve with a outdoor faucet handle on it, a electrical valve with wires runing to it, then a presure regulator and finally the line to the unit.
You need to eleminate the electric valve and install a modern LPG detector.