GAS & ELECTRIC RANGES-LIBRARY(FIVE VIDEOS PACKAGE)
This Appliance University tutorials covers all aspects of proper diagnostic procedures and repairing gas and electric ranges. You will learn about standing pilot systems, spark ignition systems, along with glow and coil ignition systems. Learn all about pilot light requirements, flash tubes, cleaning burner ports, fuel and air adjustments and converting standing pilot surface burners to LP gas, you will also learn about oven thermostat operations, heater pilot systems, MS (safety value) systems and converting the safety value to L.P. gas. Quiz question review included.ess side of things, this video helps to market to customers with gas ranges to increase your profits. You will learn how to increase your profits by offering CO tests and selling carbon monoxide detectors. This is the most comprehensive service instructional set of gas ranges available today! Written by Jim Johnson. Troubleshooting & Servicing Gas Ranges comes with a reference booklet.
Same as above but with out reference booklet, and the instructor is not Jim Johnson. This tutorial covers gas safety, gas pressure regulators, top burners, flame problems, control valves, pilot and ignition systems, ovens and it’s ignition problems; conversion to LP gas, and more. Run time 30 min.
As a technician in the major appliance industry, one of your greatest challenges is keeping up to date on the different makes and models of appliances. In the field of cooking equipment, this video will help you do just that!
Chapters include safety and tools, components, understanding and troubleshooting with the schematic, surface units, no bake, no broil, no clean, and a section on models of GE ranges.
This tutorial covers safety, theory, and operation; and components such as electronic control on the oven and cook-top, oven sensor, door lock assembly, bake element, fan and more. Run time 34 min.
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