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Eno 4 burner #stove question #stove


Arno Luijten
 

Your stove may be thermostatically controlled. If the sensor is not working anymore this could be the result. I'm not sure if you can replace only the sensor. It may be an integral part with the regulator (the thing behind the knob). It that case you need to replace the regulator as well.
Prepare to take out the stove and be amazed on the (lack of) build quality of an ENO stove when you disassemble it.

Regards,

Arno Luijten
SV Luna,
A54-121


David Kurtz
 

I have the original Eno range and stove on my Amel.  The range works fine.  The first time I tried to use the oven I initially had problems getting it to light.  Finally the burner tube around the top of the oven stayed lit, but would not heat up very much at all.  I would expect that as I dialed up the temperature on the oven control knob that the flame size would increase, but nothing happened other than just staying lit.  Before I tear into this project I thought I would solicit the expertise of this group to see if anyone else has had this problem.  Gas supply is not an issue.  I recently filled the tanks and I can run all four burners on the stovetop at the same time.

Thanks folks!
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Dave Kurtz
SM2 #380
S/V Celtic Cross

Detroit, Michigan