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Oven will not respond

Oven flame ignites but will then not go to the next stage to get to the required temperature. Moving the gas control knob has no effect on the flame size .This is the right hand oven (Main Oven) on the 110 rangemaster cooker.

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  • kaytethewitt May 11, 2010

    Oven flame ignites but will not to the next stage on the left hand oven of my 110 rangemaster cooker

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    the oven lights ok and the burner is clean. Won't go into full flame when it should. Remains in initial ignition flame

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The knob won't have any effect on the flame size.  The knob controls temperature.  If you're referring to the pilot light staying on and then the main flame not going on...that's another problem.  If the main flame will not go on, the assembly that controls the main flame is likely defective.  If the unit has a thermocouple, you might change it out first.  Sometimes, that's all that is needed and they're cheap.

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Try pressing the oven regulator knob for a while 3 to 5 seconds on ignition its a safty thing so kids cannot gas themselves all cookers have them. you have to hold it in.

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