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Awareness: A little tidbit #4
Got called to inspect a range making strong odors when operating the oven(s). Analyser showed 2400ppm and climbing coming from the oven vent. The unit was newer and recently converted to LP gas. I double-checked the conversion, got another turn or so on the hooded orifices, and found the pressure to be 10.4 inches W.C. Still way out of whack. This unit is 7000 ft above sea level, so I figure the manifold pressure can be lowered a little; change the reg to an adjustable type,try all levels of manifold pressure from 6 to 11 inches, no improvement. I figure the unit must be mis-manufactured with wrong burner parts and advise the owner to get the appropriate people out to inspect it.
So a senior tech from (Huge Retail Appliance Store) calls me and says the oven is "perfect, it has a blue flame with yellow tips and we don't use instruments to test anything. You always gonna get high CO from the vent, so don't waste time testing there. If there's a problem with odors, you gotta get better ventilation. And besides you can't smell CO anyhow".
To be continued.......