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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
biggest issue with any gas oven is a faulty ignitor, not maintaining oven temp, too long to preheat, taking too long to cook, possible slight gas smell during operation, all signs of a bad ( or going bad) ignitor
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
The manifold needs to be cleaned and adjusted could have rust etc in it Not a good thing to do yourself unless you know what you are doing
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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Most, if not all, gas ovens do not have pilot lights any longer. They are electronically ignited. You could have a loose wire on the igniter or a faulty igniter. If your oven is new it should be covered by the warranty.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
The issue with the oven , given the symptoms you've described , sounds like a faulty thermal couple, The "sensing" part of the pilot assembly needs to sit directly in the flame so when you turn "on" the oven control and the flame increases in intensity, the thermal couple can "open" the valve.
Since this is a "standing pilot" type gas range, there are no electic ignitor's for the oven, (actually it is, just not the electrically induced glow bar style). I digress, you'll need to either a) make sure the sensor for the thermal couple is not loose,check the tiny screws holding it to the pilot assy.(as a consequence not sensing the "pilot" flame) or b) replace the thermal couple itself for your range, and I think for that particular model it will come as a complete valve assembly. part #12002724 for around $45-50US. Don't just take my word for it though, double check that with your local parts depot or service provider.
**As an added note, some of those oven controls have a "set screw" for the pilot, it is behind the control dial on the oven control. You can try to adjust the pilot flame to insure the thermal couple is getting hot enough to open the valve. However, that should be left to an expert, and since you mentioned the pilot flame does increase when you turn the control "on", I doubt that is a problem.**
Hope that helps,
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
Check the nozzle of the pilot. It may need cleaning. As you do this, find out if your igniter produces the spark
necessary to get your gas range working. Just send us
your e-mail so we will know the result.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
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