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Maytag Gas Stovetop Pressure Regulator Replacement #74007704

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This video provides step-by-step instructions for replacing the pressure regulator on Maytag gas stovetops. The most common reason for replacing the regulator is when the oven won’t heat, but this not usually the cause of that problem.

All of the information in this regulator replacement video is applicable to the following brands: Maytag, Magic Chef, Amana, Crosley, Jenn Air, Admiral

Tools used: wrench

Step By Step Instructions

1
Keep in mind that the stove-top and pressure regulator shown in this video are set to use natural gas which is preset by the manufacturer.
2
If your stove-top uses propane gas or you experience a leak, repair clinic recommends a certified technician service the stove-top before use.
3
As with any repair, be sure to unplug the appliance
4
Turn off the gas supply.
5
Your first step is to detach the gas supply line from the gas line fitting.
6
Now remove the fitting from the old pressure regulator.
7
Unscrew the old regulator and remove it from the manifold.
8
Clean any residue from the manifold threads.
9
You’re now ready to install the new pressure regulator.
10
Wrap gas-compatible Teflon tape clockwise around the threads on the manifold.
11
Now align the new regulator and screw it into place.
12
Wrap Teflon tape clockwise around the gas line fitting and screw the fitting into the new regulator.
13
Reconnect the gas supply line.
14
You’re now ready to turn the gas supply back on plug the appliance back in and check the stove-top to make sure it’s functioning properly.
Description
This video provides step-by-step instructions for replacing the pressure regulator on Maytag gas stovetops. The most common reason for replacing the regulator is when the oven won’t heat, but this not usually the cause of that problem.

All of the information in this regulator replacement video is applicable to the following brands: Maytag, Magic Chef, Amana, Crosley, Jenn Air, Admiral

Tools used: wrench
Step-By-Step Instructions
1
Keep in mind that the stove-top and pressure regulator shown in this video are set to use natural gas which is preset by the manufacturer.
2
If your stove-top uses propane gas or you experience a leak, repair clinic recommends a certified technician service the stove-top before use.
3
As with any repair, be sure to unplug the appliance
4
Turn off the gas supply.
5
Your first step is to detach the gas supply line from the gas line fitting.
6
Now remove the fitting from the old pressure regulator.
7
Unscrew the old regulator and remove it from the manifold.
8
Clean any residue from the manifold threads.
9
You’re now ready to install the new pressure regulator.
10
Wrap gas-compatible Teflon tape clockwise around the threads on the manifold.
11
Now align the new regulator and screw it into place.
12
Wrap Teflon tape clockwise around the gas line fitting and screw the fitting into the new regulator.
13
Reconnect the gas supply line.
14
You’re now ready to turn the gas supply back on plug the appliance back in and check the stove-top to make sure it’s functioning properly.

Applicable Product Model

Range/Stove/Oven
Brand
Product Type
Model
Subtype
Gas Cooktop
Product Diagram & Manuals
Parts Needed
Recommended Tools and Accessories
Cleaner
Cleaner
$8.99
Cleaner
Cleaner
$20.66
Cleaner
Cleaner
$14.18
Cleaner
Cleaner
$22.37
Total$0.00

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