I have a Garland R30 with an eletronic start system it was the biggest mistake in a new appliance. Bad transformers, switches at the burners, oven gas valve have all been changed. I would love to have my stove be pilot operated and leave the electronic world behind. I have not been able to find any repair parts since the local Garland dealer went out of business. I would like to find a schematic and parts for converting to pilot operation or parts to repair my lemon. Kirk
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Hi there, most of the newer unit parts are available still, but not seeing it makes it hard to guarantee. I would advise calling a Factory Authorized Servicer in your area, having a problem with gas entering the oven, and not igniting is a serious problem, and it sounds like the pilot is lit in the oven, but could be malfunctioning. Here is the telephone for Garland: Tel: 1.800.424.2411. They can recommend someone in your area, or check your local phone book, for Restaurant repair companies, and contact them. Hope that helps, and thank you.
Hi, you can call Garland Range at 1.800.424.2411, and talk to the parts department, or you can visit www.garland-group.com and in the top right corner is a "contacts" tab, and you can email them your request. Hope that helps.
We use a Garland from the 1960's and pilot lights ARE scary and should make you nervous. This is why they are no longer allowed in new gas ranges. I mounted an inline gas shut off to the stove where the gas enters (on mine this is right in front on the left side). It turns on and off like a burner and when we are done cooking we simply shut off the gas there. To light the burners or the stove I use one of those long reach lighters. I go to bed knowing that NO gas is coming in. We love the stove, it makes cooking more fun. Good Luck!
Thrasher, Sorry I cant help with the diagram but one of your burner switches is grounding out. Each burner valve has a switch and one of them is finding it's way to ground, therefor the contstant clicking. Good luck on this deal...Catriver..post back.