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builtin range our ongoing commitment to quality safety and product Natural Gas to modify any materials conversion kits with complete instructions are available specifications equipment accessories All measurements Model and serial numbers must when ordering Quality crafted harsh marine Burn with an odorless hot or kerosene restrictors are incorporated to burners nonsurging Liftup burner grills and lighting and cleaning a Countertop stove Ranges feature to read accurate control Positive oven door handle locks for security Removable oven bottoms for holders to keep pots from vented oven for even temperature ongoing commitment right to modify or materials specifications 2BURNER COUNTERTOP uncluttered styling complements construction with pressurized fuel tank for lighting and Shipping Weight CAT NO GALLEY RANGE construction with Liftlock top lighting and cleaning Builtin pot holders keep pots from sliding around 6 of 114 fuel line with female flare double vented even heating has thermometer heat indicator a removable of spills fuel or fuel tank available Includes spare spare burner CAT NO GALLEY RANGE all features range plus bronze griddle over rear the range top 3 pots at once a very difficult to also a convenient bacon and The cut design permits swing with behind the 21 535 Shipping Weight 63 21 535 Width 21 Shipping Weight 75 Welded steel primed and painted to read line with Shipping Weight CONTENT8 XNTRODUTION a SAFETY AND XNSTALCATIW 3 Gas Pressures 3 Propane LPOFuel Qystem 9 Natural Gas CNGFuel System 1 Fuel System Testing LPG and CNGd Galley Range Installation General 8 Gimbal Models 18 BultfnModels 10 OPERATfNQ VWA IALLEY RANQE 91 Lighting the Range Top Burners 11 Lighting the Oven end Broiler Burnerb 32 Setting the Oven Temperature 12 Gas Smell 34 Inadequate Heat Flame eurning Low or Qae Out 14 Ignition System Fails to Spark or Beglns to Spark Slowly 15 Burner Control Valve Fails to Stay Open When Valve Control Knob is Released 95 REPLACINQ THE THEW PLE 18 Tools Required 18 General Information 16 Replacement Instructions 14 HARRAMTY 29 10 Gourmet encourage you are essential your range quoting both the side your range while other model you have Fitted for model and your range Propane and these procedures both tank Propane gas adapt your 142 0107 your Force higher pressure the regulator with a pipe solenoid valve athe caution label gas hose another appliance kink the the regulator clamps which downstream end allow the passage must plainly visible Ranges on regulator and fuel line from reputable marine or your CNG service use unreliable wornout equipment Choose a hazard such a gasoline fueled engine manifold or exhaust riser a fire safety valve disc reach psi the disc would rupture and the gas contained cylinder would the fire already are designed relief valve mounted either out of way in CNG cylinder CNG cylinder pressure each standard cylinder contains less thermal energy of alcohol potential hazard of liquid leaks or pressurized alcohol or kerosene tank Boat and Yacht Council Safety Craft Section for direct from Headquarters Drive MD 21108 telephone the regulation system nut valve outlet fitting does require pipe Teflon tape system nut keep foreign materials crescent wrench cylinder and using approximately or exposed that water stage grayor into pressure gauge be located inside an area with little regulator malfunction Fuel line for natural may be the natural gas If you questions regarding fuel line or Brook Street Huntington Beach Push approved onto the on the regulation system sure the goes on to the plastic guard is pushed and should not be hose does kink and cut fuel supply Note Fuel 14 psi only continuous lengths of hose from regulation system the appliance or splices Keep number of minimum Every potential leak away from heat abrasion Use plastic ties or must be protected where they pass through or bulkheads and that they SECOND STAGE FUEL HOSE REGULATION SYSTEM Lefthand threadsCNG Cylinder be mounted with your Galley Range immediate vicinity of place Nhere Test your fuel system for cylinder supply opened for procedure for range burner Next open note of reading on constant for system somewhere should be located a mixture detergent and water and checking for bubbles not attempt flame Repair and retest system before into operation on the installation of propane and please refer direct from Headquarters Drive Millersville MD 21108 Before installing your printed on manual and send your model and serial numbers handy be required when ordering not locate cabinet storage units combustible surfaces at any point directly recommends a clearance between unprotected combustible cabin top a 20 combustible surface retardant millboard topped with 0015 inch thick stainless 0020 inch thick copper of combustion For recommend that least nine square inches fresh air ventilation be provided of the your Galley the gas burner which might be accidentally extinguished Force specifically warns that your cabin or manufactures a cabin heater specifically designed for the purpose heating living space which an oxygen automatically turn off normal level and water and carbon dioxide which would otherwise saturate a humid extreme condensation portholes hatches exposed hull are thn signsFor functional comfortable operating The hinged burner grill structure at of your hot during not attempt without wearing mitts Keep away from The whole oven doorbecomes hot when is being operated top portion beck of fire extinguisher mounted close Galley Range fires should them with baking applies to desired position models there gimbal action For required for free gimbal action diagram and installation instruction sheet procedures for of range wall brackets and placing hole for the sliding bolt gimbal is not metal plate a wooden block with bolt should locked into whenever the from swinging locked into the in or out section applies only diagram and installation instruction procedures for stoves you the stove cutting holes the side rear of or across very neat of installing please realize stove burners use a Therefore make sure have access holes supply plenty of air either cabinet side panels Minimum required area see the mounting holes Before lighting please 2 Read cylinder on the inside of oven door all burner control cylinder valve control knob and the same ignition button small button beside control burner is holding the burner control knob for about twenty after ignition and allow the gas cut off the gas arrangement also range is childproof simple twisting control knobs will not light any or allow your boat Most other invaluable safety feature fails turn and apply before turning burner will sputter for a while before igniting range a out of now be control knob turn off the burner turn the control knob clockwise You must shut off both gas cylinder valves whenever your vessel is emergency Force that you shut cylinder valves your Galley Range not put using the broiler for and oven be used or less resistant stainless inside or on any product manufacturers marine environment be used than a and keep you need your range stainless steel you must have purchased clean using you use something should go wrong with this section carefully and follow suggested remedies of being or consult your model and serial your Galley Range serial number be found on panel and on the bottom inside left panel open flames both manual and appliance valves are Use a bottom of much ventilation possible open cylinder sure that appliance valves are still mixture of liquid detergent and connections checking for bubbles of the completed test previously described for FUEL SYSTEM TESTING INADEQUATE HEAT Your System your tank nipple clean orifice and not flow the outside locker warms is still giving power and installed the bottom front locations salt air corrode the battery holder mmgap between plug head burner rim and wires are down the backside of the to check between terminals faceplate and back of igniter switch Check a circuit stove and disassemble that each spark ignition checked for shorts the wire so the spark plug spark at none of plugs will battery and order a problem with small upright to the The outside the thermocouple insulated from it is nickel wire These metals are the burner small amount of is generated This electric the other end of tightened into the gas valve open burner accidentally longer be valve will to the replacing the must have torch or another burner open wrench open wrench cools causing close the not holding the enough as and must so you can panel secured remove any has a in its screw and out the valve using small crescent open wrench crescent wrench connecting the thermocouple loosened from burner Replace and proceed Reverse the above procedure being extremely careful when too tight crush the insulating washer and need another new thermocouple Make sure gas lines spark touching anything and water standard test for leaks with your fuel system knobs turned Did you order a gas detector Why not sleep better ELECTROMAGNET SOLENOIDWhen you remove larger nut not push shaft where knob should out easily Install and reinstall Wall Bracket Bottom Brace Oven Rack Large Black Burner Oriddle OptionalBurner Housing Burner Housing 143 Order soy sauce pour over chicken and bake day on whole stewed tomatoes with a the large 325 3040 or butter 1 12 Insert biscuits oven on use on vegetahles baking cheese and sliced thick Heat oven dry coat under normal use and Cabin Heaters return defective any on accompanied by have been and does not allow the following

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