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mwkhg1

09:14AM | 11/15/04
Member Since: 11/14/04
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Bvmoney
Does anyone know where I might be able to find a safety system for a Caloric Ultramatic oven (the stovetop is already equipped with pilots)? I feel as if I have tried nearly every route to no avail! Any advice would be fabulous. Thanks,

Kat

adineen

04:28AM | 11/21/05
Member Since: 11/20/05
1 lifetime posts
I know where the pilot is to light but my problem is that I can't find the reset to get the gas to flow to the pilot.

The pilot is where the broiler is, if you take the whole drawer out you will see the place for the pilot.

BV014036

09:45AM | 06/05/17
We bought a house built in 1958 which still has the original oven and range, both Caloric. I accidentally snuffed out the pilot and nothing we tried could relight it. My husband discovered that you have to push in the oven temperature gauge and light the pilot simultaneously. It may require that the oven also be set to a specific temperature. You may have to keep trying the push and hold method, or maybe Caloric can answer your questions. Good luck and if you find out your method, it would be helpful to post it for others.
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