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Baumatic B609SS Gas shuts off when opening the door

Our oven gas shuts off when opening the door. Lighting a hob burner first, then opening the door slowly sometimes helps prevent this ... but not always. Gas supply (propane) has been pressure checked and given the all clear. Oven 3 years old and has been giving a problem for the past 6 months.

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  • salesbj Dec 21, 2008

    No grease on burner. Oven is fine while door closed and burner on. Open door immediately or an hour later and it goes out. How do I adjust the air/gas regulator or does it require an engineer? Oven has been fine, with nothing touchedor adjusted, for best part of three years.

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You need to change the FFD on your oven
FFD stands for flame failure device, its like a temperature controlled switch. it is located in the oven

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Hi it could be a regulator problem on the oven gas & air mix not correctly set so when you open the oven door it causes a vaccuum & pulls the gas away from the burner & the oven goes out.
Possibly there could be not enough gas getting through to hold open the solenoid on the oven?
Or the other possible problem could be grease etc blocking the burner check that 1st, so the burner may not be getting enough gas through.

Check those out & tell me what you think if it helps at all

Kindly

Richie

Posted on Dec 20, 2008

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