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Imperial IR-6 - Restaurant Range, gas, 36"W, (6) burners, standard oven

Manufacturing Id: IR-6

Imperial IR-6 - Restaurant Range, gas, 36"W, (6) burners, standard oven

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Specifications

  • Pro Series Restaurant Range
  • gas
  • 36"W
  • (6) open burners
  • low simmer feature
  • cast iron grates
  • standard oven
  • porcelain interior
  • (1) chrome rack
  • round stainless steel chef's handle
  • removable crumb tray
  • stainless steel front, sides, backguard, shelf
  • 3-1/2"D landing ledge & kick plate
  • 6" legs with adjustable feet
  • 227,000 BTU
  • 67kW
  • NSF
  • CE, CSA Flame, CSA Star

WARNING: Attention California Residents - Prop 65 Warning


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Imperial IR-6 - Restaurant Range, gas, 36"W, (6) burners, standard oven Reviews

Just got it

6 burner gas range. Exactly what was described. Sturdy construction and good performance so far. Overall a really good value.

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Questions and Answers

Q:

the oven flame is too low,how could i turn it up?

Asked by: - 8/8/2016

If you are speaking of the pilot light flame, that is fairly easy.
With a flat head screwdriver, open the kick plate and follow pilot tube down to a set screw. Turn the set screw accordingly as you watch the flame and set it to the size you need.

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Do the burners have pilot lights or electronic lighters? Am looking for electronic spark lighters

Asked by: - 7/8/2016

The standard model come with a standing pilot light. To have an electronic lighter is an available option. However we will need to send you a custom quote on this. I will have our customer service manager reach out to you with that pricing shortly.

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The oven pilot light appears to burn too high. The oven will be at about a 150 degrees with just the pilot on. The oven also operates hotter than the thermostat setting. I converted mine from Natural gas to liquid propane... could this be why?

Asked by: - 11/17/2014

Natural gas orifices are bored out larger. If it is hotter there is a chance they are still natural and pushing more gas to the unit. We cant tell with out being in front of it, though.

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We purchased this range three years ago and lost the back piece that holds the shelf in our barn fire. I have the shelf, but not the back piece. Can we purchase this item? thank you

Asked by: - 11/15/2014

Do you mean the shelf rack? Here is the parts sheet for these ovens. We do sell parts, but because these ovens have so many parts and we want to make sure we get you the right part, these types of orders are easiest handled over the phone. Our number is (866) 200-6056.

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how to lit pilot light for oven?

Asked by: - 10/26/2013

The pilot light would have to be manually lit.

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