Tweet Top burner pilots need to be replaced if they become clogged. They are very difficult to unclog, and generally need to be replaced. There are three types of pilots: Those with the tube pre-welded to the pilot head. Those that have a nut and ferral to slide over the tube and be tightened onto [...]
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Tweet Burner heads usually become plugged over time. There are two screws that connect the head to the venturi. It is a good idea to use some kind of rust dissolver on the screws to loosen them. Once the screws are out you can install the new head, and always remember to replace the gasket [...]
Tweet The top burner grates only need replacing if they have cracked due to metal fatigue or if they have been dropped and broken. To replace, simply pull the broken grate off the top of the range and then place the new grate over the burner.
Tweet Keeping your commercial kitchen humming along is not always an easy proposition. You use this equipment every day, and sooner or later something is going to give out on you. If the next step you’re used to taking is picking up the phone to call your service tech, these Back Burner posts are for [...]
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