Originally Posted by Civilguy
Ovens have a thermocouple which is a common failure point.
Great info Civilguy
After we replaced our original three burner 1978 stove with a 4 burner unit out of a 1977 boler
of same model both had a 22" wide units "it slipped right in" we then had a gas problem at stove and had noticed the fridge
was not getting as cold, had turned it to colder setting did not think they were related.
Our new 42 year old oven had a problem. Needed replacement regulator outside and adjustment of regulator gas pressure in the new old stove
Called a mobile trailer gas repair specialist and he fixed it in our driveway in minutes. He was old school and knew what to expect in our vintage trailer. We only have a pilot light for the oven
, stove had bigger flame at all settings and fridge
worked better as well after he adjusted flow of both outside regulator and stove regulator.
bolers came with a 22" wide stove top or oven that is only 16" deep; newer stoves are usually narrower and deeper. bolers wheel wells are in the way for the depth of newer ovens and the narrower width make hole to wide. It took many years to find an original boler
unit of same size. A boler
unit being scrapped out was our gain.