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Flame safety controls

Post by Frank_Cox » January 30th, 2012, 7:29 pm

If you do not understand any part or parts of what this post says, DO NOT Attempt any of these recommendations on your own...
Matter of fact... I recommend you hire an LP or Natural gas certified technician to do the work for you!

LP, Natural, and Butane gases are dangerous and can cause serious injury or even death if the proper safety precautions are not used while using or handling them.
We are making this post in an interest to educate on one of the many ways to make your gas burner safe to use. We are not recommending you to use this process or any part of it.

Be Careful! Use this at your own risk! :explode2: :exp:


Ok, now that that is over. here ya go.
there are several methods and a ton of different parts available for you to use to make your gas burner safe to use for your cooker. one more time... this is dangerous to attempt if you don't understand that already.
For those of you who are going to "flame war" me over this post... I feel it is more dangerous for people to attempt this without any info than it is to have this nice little guide to at least start with.

Here is one method you can use. you will need: here is a link to the manufacturers installation documentation.
Follow these instructions very carefully! Ok so here is a pic of one scenario of this valve installed on a burner...
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here is how a properly installed thermocouple should look when it is used with this style of pilot assembly...
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here is a pic of the Baso H15 Gas valve that I am recommending...
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Re: Flame safety controls

Post by Jethro1 » January 30th, 2012, 8:28 pm

Thanks Frank. :kewl:


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Post by The Czar » January 31st, 2012, 5:36 pm

:huh: :headwall: :wtf: :rulz:

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No really...that is WAY SO MUCH better than picking up a manual and trying to wingy dingy it....

:points: :kewl: :wsm:


but in all reality if a person doesn't understand it...please ask or :explode2:


or even worse :exp:



:PBox: Just how many of these things can I fit in this post....


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Post by Frank_Cox » January 31st, 2012, 6:55 pm

haha, your killin me bud!


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Post by Frank_Cox » June 25th, 2012, 10:01 am

Bumping this thread so people will not blow up..... :explode2:


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Post by Smokeone » June 25th, 2012, 5:19 pm

Good Thinking, OB1!


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Re: Flame safety controls

Post by The Czar » June 25th, 2012, 7:29 pm

Always a good thing not to blow up.... :exp:


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