Question about Garland Kitchen Ranges
Has been acting up for months. replaced ignition module 3 times. works for a while, then won't keep temp. turn off and on again and it will work for a while. now can't get it to fire up. replaced the ignition module again, but didn't help. still no ignition.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm not familiar with Garlands. When I run into a similar problem with other stoves of that vintage (Wedgewoods, etc.) I trace the pilot lines piece by piece, from the manifold to the pilot burner, if necessary opening a connection or two to see where I'm getting gas and where I'm not.
Is there a needle valve for adjusting the pilot flame? Is there gas getting all the way to the pilot burner? When it's the pilot burner itself that's the problem, I take it apart, brush/blow/shake out the crud, and run a small drill (#79 or so) through the orifice.
Posted on Dec 19, 2007
Hi, I am sure you can still get the thermostat replaced, however, it is unlikely anyone will service the unit without oven safeties, for insurance/liability issues. You may be able to get it updated with these devices, but I would bet that you could find a newer used unit that is in fair to good shape for the same or a little bit more money. You can contact Garland range at www.garland-group.com, call 1 800 424 2411, or look in your phone book in "restaurant equipment repair" for a company to advise you, and "restaurant equipment sales" for new/used equipment. Check on ebay for approximate prices if you are curious. Hope that helps, and thank you.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
If it is a ge it would have a glow bar ignitor, either a flat rectangle shaped or a round ignitor. That is want the problem is 95% of the time. It is pretty easy to do. The floor of the stove will come right out and it probably has two screws in the back corners you can see. Remove them and the floor will lift out and you can see the burner and the ignitor.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
The temperature sensor in the oven needs replacing. It is located in the back wall of the oven. About 3 inches long,metal and about the size of a thin pencil.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
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