Question about Ovens
When initially igniting either the grill or the oven, both will ignite but ''gas'' is only on very low.
Sometimes it takes up to 3 or 4 minutes before they ''fire'' up and I get full pressure.
I only use ONE at a time as per makers instructions,if it's the grill I always leave the oven door open,and if the oven the door remains closed.
Cooling fan is operational.
Can you please help? why are they on what I would term as ''low pressure'' ?
regards Mr M Cartwright
Hello mick1939. Are the ignitors the clicking/sparking type or the glow bar type?
If they are the glow bar type, when they get older they don't send enough amps to the gas safety valve thus only letting a small amount of gas to the burners. Try replacing them if they are glow bars.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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