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We specialize in fixing all brands and models restaurant and commercial ranges. If your restaurant or commercial range doesn't cook efficiently, you can feel smell of gas or you have any other problematic issues with your restaurant range, simply call our toll free number and we will take care of everything. We are available 24/7 fro any restaurant range repairs in San Diego county at:


We repair all restaurant and commercial range brands such as:

Blodgett ovens
Manitowoc ice
Hobart oven
Hobart refrigerator
Aga appliances

Southbend oven
Toastmaster ovens
Moffat ovens
Cleveland range
Vollrath refrigeration
Silverking refrigeration
Wells ovens

Wolf restaurant range
Randell refrigeration
Traulsen refrigeration
True mfg
and many more view all brands

Our service area includes all of San Diego and the surrounding cities that are listed below:

San Diego
Chula Vista
Imperial Beach
La Mesa
Lemon Grove
National City

San Marcos
Solana Beach
La Jolla

El Cajon
Del Mar
Point Loma

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Attention: the information below, which will help you to become more familiar with your restaurant or commercial range. This information will also help you to use your restaurant and commercial range in the most efficient and effective way, which will save you money from utility bills and future restaurant or commercial range repairs. However, we do not suggest that you get involved with any restaurant or commercial range repairs that you are not familiar with, especially because most restaurant or commercial range require professional training and knowledge with gas and electricity. To receive professional San Diego range repair help call us 24/7 at:


Restaurant Range Thermostat

Regardless of the power source, some generalities cover all ranges and cooking equipment. First and foremost is the control of range temperature. Either a range thermostat or a range burner control knob 50  manages this function. On range equipment that uses a thermostat, such as an oven, the thermostat is set to the desired temperature. The range is turned on and, if it is operated by gas, an automatic valve admits gas to the range heating element where it is ignited by a flame. The lit gas flows through the heating element at full capacity. If it is electric, the power goes to the heating element and heats that element at full capacity. When the desired range temperature is reached, the range thermostat shuts off the gas or electrical flow. In other words, the amount of gas or electrical energy is not regulated—it's either on at full capacity or it's off. When the range starts cooling off due to lack of a heat source, the range thermostat opens the flow of gas or electrical power until the desired temperature is again reached. The process is repeated as the temperature in the equipment ebbs and flows. The range operates in an "all-or-nothing" manner. Turning the range thermostat to a higher temperature will not increase the gas flow or the electrical power, it will merely increase the amount of time that the gas flows through the range burner or the electricity heats the heating element. In other words, the range will not heat quicker with a higher temperature setting; it will only stay on longer.

Restaurant Range Burner Control Knob

The temperature on the top of the restaurant range is controlled by burner control knobs that operate differently depending on whether the restaurant range is gas or electricity is being used. On restaurant range gas equipment that uses a burner control knob, a stove for example, the amount of gas going into the unit is controlled. When the knob is set on low, a smaller amount of gas is going into the burner and the flame is low with fewer BTUs (British thermal units), which measure heat intensity.
When the restaurant range knob is set on high, a greater amount of gas enters the restaurant range burner, resulting in a higher flame and a larger number of BTUs. Thus, with a gas burner restaurant rangecontrol knob, the amount of gas controls the temperature. An electrical restaurant rangeburner control knob operates in the same way that a restaurant range thermostat operates. It pulsates on and off to control the temperature of the burner. If the restaurant range burner is turned to low, the heating element goes on at full power. When the low temperature is reached, the power goes off. As the restaurant range burner cools down, the restaurant range power comes on, and it again goes off when the low temperature is reached. With an electrical burner control knob, it is the time that the power is on that controls temperature, unlike a restaurant range gas burner control knob, which controls temperature with the amount of gas.

After reading the text and the problem cannot be resolved, we strongly suggest that you call us for an San Diego restaurant range repair appointment at.