Gas stove when electricity is off?

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Video answer: How to light your gas stove in a power outage

How to light your gas stove in a power outage

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In the case of a power outage, you can light the surface burners with a match on your electric ignition gas or dual fuel range or gas cooktop. Hold a lighted match to the burner, then turn the knob to the low position… 1990 and newer gas ovens cannot be lit without power supplied to it.

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One little wrinkle: if you stove has automatic electric ignition (i.e., it can tell when the burner gets turned on and fires the spark pop-pop-pop until the gas lights, then stops) then it will have an electric gas shut-off safety valve.

Most older stoves allow the flow of propane or natural gas without electricity but have to be ignited manually. Newer units may have solenoid valves that prohibit gas flow without electricity. That’s the short of it, and if you continue I’ll cover a few things I’ve learned along the way and how to make one of the newer units work during a power outage that does not allow gas flow without electricity!

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So people suffer when the power goes out because of weather, accidents, repairs or other causes. Electric stoves are useless in a power failure, but a gas-fueled cooking stove typically will give...

You can normally still light the stove top burners on most Kenmore gas ranges when the power is off. The oven will not be able to be lit manually. There are some models that have a cook top lock-out feature that will also prevent the stove top burners from lighting during a power outage.

The new dual fuel range we purchased has an interlock that stops the flow of gas to the burners when there is no power. That means that you can't light the burners with a match when there is not power. One of the reasons we prefer gas burners is that we are able to cook when there is no power.

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