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Old 06-28-2016, 06:15 AM   #11
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Your oven has a pilot light? Ours doesn't. We have to manually light it, or at least so we were told during our PDI.

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x2 I thought they were all manual light.
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Old 06-28-2016, 06:19 AM   #12
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  • Family room slide out trim, doing the same thing.
  • You can feel the nails for the carpet at the door threshold in the floor.
My family room slideout trim started doing that during our 3rd trip. Either really crappy staples, or my guess, stapled in wrong location.

For the carpet, I would just take a hammer and flatten them out. We had the same issue on our previous trailer (Keystone). Only a minute or two of pounding, and no more issues.
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Old 06-28-2016, 12:29 PM   #13
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x2 I thought they were all manual light.
Our Adco stove has a pilot light. Look in the manual for the stove. It's amazing how much info you can find in owner's manuals.
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Old 06-28-2016, 12:42 PM   #14
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Your oven has a pilot light? Ours doesn't. We have to manually light it, or at least so we were told during our PDI.

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On mine, you manually light the pilot light, but then, if the pilot light is left burning, you don't need to relight each time you want to use it. If you look at your range knobs, their may be one that says push for pilot, which you have to push and hold in while lighting the pilot. Once it's lite and the thermocouple is hot it will stay lite.
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On my knob it says to push and hold. After doing that for 4 minutes straight, I called Jayco. They had me call the manufacturer. They said to push and hold for up to a couple minutes, that lights the pilot, and you can turn the knob to the temp.

That didn't work so I got a lighter and did it manually. I don't mind doing that but it's just a little annoying when something doesn't work as intended.
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On my knob it says to push and hold. After doing that for 4 minutes straight, I called Jayco. They had me call the manufacturer. They said to push and hold for up to a couple minutes, that lights the pilot, and you can turn the knob to the temp.

That didn't work so I got a lighter and did it manually. I don't mind doing that but it's just a little annoying when something doesn't work as intended.
Yeah, that is how ours is.... push and hold to light (manually), then pilot will stay lit as long as you don't turn the oven to Off. Unless you heard clicking (electronic ignition), then it is manual.
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On my knob it says to push and hold. After doing that for 4 minutes straight, I called Jayco. They had me call the manufacturer. They said to push and hold for up to a couple minutes, that lights the pilot, and you can turn the knob to the temp.

That didn't work so I got a lighter and did it manually. I don't mind doing that but it's just a little annoying when something doesn't work as intended.
You have to push and hold, while you manually light the pilot and the thermocouple gets hot. . Once the thermocouple gets hot, it will allow the flow of gas to continue without you holding the knob in. The pilot light will stay lite at this point. Then you can release the knob and turn to ignite the main burner. Good Luck.
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