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gas stove venturi flange gasket replacement

Posted by gwald (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 30, 12 at 15:00

I had to remove the venturi tube from a bluestar cast iron burner (to remove the stripped screw attaching the ignitor) and now need a new gasket. I'd like to:

a. buy one if I can find it
b. make one if I knew the correct high heat material
c. I was thinking a high heat liquid gasket material would work well as well if impervious to natural gas

this is a bluestar 4-burner natural gas range, RNB304BSS

I'd appreciate any comments/suggestion!


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RE: gas stove venturi flange gasket replacement

Other than an auto parts store, maybe Bluestar will mail you some.

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