Noteburner Serial Number


Noteburner Serial Number


The “Serial Number” entry for Your Stove is probably already a link to the information you’re after.
If the Serial Number for Your Stove is not one of the links listed in the chart below, it’s probably not possible to find the information you need.

Example: The Serial Number link for the Monel Stove you described says there is no “Serial Number” for that stove.
I recommend you call a burner retrofit specialist to see if any of their burner retrofit kits can be installed on your stove.


Allrights burner retrofit kits
Viking retrofit kits

The step-by-step instructions for installing a retrofit kit at The Stove Maker

LG’s TV offer: Cord-cutters urged to shop now to save money

The offer will end after the end of July

According to a new TV price deal, LG will cut its high end TV prices by 25 percent for the next week. Customers are recommended to shop now to ensure they have the best deal.

I have an idea of what the deal will entail but with some exceptions.

For example, LG has offered no price cut on its super slim OLED TV last year.

Another exception is its supersized OLED TV, the OLED65C8, which is currently priced at over R5-million.

Those who are interested in buying an OLED TV may want to wait until LG’s second round of price cuts, which is set to end after the end of July.

Every TV we sell has an average price of around R500 000, but we do have some TVs that are still available for prices as low as R400 000. But in this deal, the price cuts will be on high end TVs as those were the areas where LG is lacking in 2017.

In other words, if you want to buy a top-of-the-line TV, you may want to do so sooner rather than later.

LG’s 2017 line-up

This year, LG is offering a host of televisions, including its 65-inch OLED55C8 and 65-inch OLED65C8.

The OLED55C8 is priced at R249 999 and the OLED65C8 is priced at R399 995.Small earthquakes may be common at large fault zones in the Himalayas and may be far more common than previously thought

Check serial number on. (Use a desk lamp to view serial numbers).


Exact model numbers are located on the top, left, top, center, and right
of most model gas valves. Check valves for manual and automatic types are on the left side of the valve. Do not be deceived by the fact that most jet mixers use a gas-operated valved regulator.

Larger models of gas controlled burners are installed in new restaurants and taverns. Often, these units have multiple burners that are not visible. The following list of symptoms is characteristic of larger gas units that are difficult to control. If you experience these symptoms, contact your gas supplier.


The large burner may have two or more outlets installed. (See Figure 1.)

Table 2. Characteristic symptoms for high-volume gas units


Symptoms of a high-volume gas mixer

Unstable flames.

Violent, irregular pulsations.

Delayed ignition and excessive “carryover” (excess fire from the previous cooking cycle) in the discharged gasses.

Burners that are too large and located too close to the cooktop.

Obstruction of the draft fan by the exhaust manifold.

Symptoms of an undersized burner. A burner should fire continuously and run smoothly even at full load.

Delayed ignition and excessive “carryover” (excess fire from the previous cooking cycle) in the discharged gasses.

Burners too small for the size of the cooktop.

Symptoms of malfunction of the base burner. A burner should start on its own and fire steadily, even at full load.

Burner that flames unevenly, lack of ignition, lacks flame stability, or flame intensity that fluctuates.

Burners that are too small to provide sufficient heat to cook foods fast.

Missing or shorted pilot wires.

Soaking of the ignitor coil with soda or alcohol.

Many of these symptoms are characteristic of a low-volume or undersized burner, but they can also result from a poor match between the burner’s design characteristics and the cooktop. A poor match may be due to one of several factors. First, the cooktop may have a too-high electrical conductivity (thus altering the magnetic field around the burner). A second cause of a poor match may be due to burner’s spacing from the cooktop