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Oven shutting down

It runs fine for 2 or 3 hours then out of the blue it shuts down. I have cleaned everything changed fuses to no avail. any ideas?

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  • golfer_dude1 Sep 04, 2008

    The oven is a 1430 gas oven. When it shuts down it is running at full temp which is 475 for us. It will be going fine then all of the sudden th e heat and blower just shuts off. We ran it yesterday and it run for right at 2 hours everytime then it has to cool down before we can run it again. Thanks for the help.

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    burzerko May 11, 2010

    Sounds like a high limit is tripping out. Look for a senseing bulb leading back to either a control board or tied in with (proof of flame device) thermocouple, thermopile, or flame rectification switch. This is about the only thing that after two or three hours would shut down everything.



    Also what is the model number of this oven???

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There are also two temperature probes on this oven that will cause the same problem. Let me know what the temp is when shutting down.

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