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Re: Blodgett 1860s Pizza Oven
The fan motor is faulty or the fan is faulty.and it needs replacement.
this is very rare that sometimes the the dust particles are got stuck up in the fan and it cannot move so cleaning it helps.
also if every thing seems perfect then loose high voltage wire.....poor solder joint on board.....magnetron.....power relay..... rate the solution if it helps.feel free for further instructions.thanks.
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This may sound simple but....Do you know for sure the oven temp is 550 (use a thermometer on the stone to be sure) The thermostat may be set at 550 but could be running hotter? I have had this problem in the past with ovens.
Open the oven and make sure it is empty nod one rack is near the middle level. Turn the knob that says OFF to BAKE. Then turn the knob with all the numbers to the temperature that Theo Sri toons on the box tell you to use.
Allow the oven to heat up for 10 minutes. It may beep when it is up to temp or a red light will turn off to let you know it is ready. Put the pizza in the oven on middle rack. Take it out according to box instructions ( usually 8 to 15 minutes).
That pizza out by sliding it onto a plate.
Turn off the oven and eat the pizza.
If it is not done completely, leave it in longer next time. Enjoy
It's basically a loss of moisture during the cooking process, to avoid this in a standard oven cook on a lower temp for longer and cover with foil....in the microwave, drop the power setting and always reheat or cook with the food cover with a microwave safe cling wrap or microwave specific cookware with lids.
Hope this helps.
had the same problem, safety gas valve is sticking get a small hammer and tap saftey valve. Just bought a new saftey valve about 3 weeks ago pilot light lite but now flame. I have a blodgett oven made in the 60s. Blodgett is getting away from there swithes that they have been replacing them with a replaceable thermocouple.made by robert shaw. My supplier said that they are not on the market yet. oops! good luck from oswego ny pizza villa.