Question about New World 50GSO Gas Kitchen Range
We followed the instructions last night on our new cooker. We held the setting 8 in and last night that worked.
This afternoon as we try to cook Christmas Dinner the D"£M thing wont stay lit no matter how long we hold 8 in. It stays lit so long as we hold it but a minute later out the gas goes again. Can anyone help QUICK PLEASE x
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi - I had this problem too. I assume you are referring to the automatic oven, not the manual one. There is a small 'Licon' switch behind the control knob, which provides electrical power to the main gas valve in the oven. It is activated when the knob is turned on and is also connected to the timer clock, so that power is only provided when the timer reaches the cooking start time, or the timer is not being used. I had this replaced by an engineer from New World (at great expense!). Changing it seemed to be fairly straightforward - the engineer removed the two outermost knobs and unscrewed and removed the facia. The switch is behind the main oven knob - but where you might get one from, I don't know. And don't forget to switch off the power before you try to access the switch, as it is likely to be live.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
the battery compartment is located right at the bottom of the cooker on the front, slightly to the left. It's a little compartment that houses a aa battery. it's unclips on the right hand side. hope this helps
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
not at all hard to replace just have a few small wrenchs on hand 10mm 7/16 maybe 1/2 in and screw driver. how do you know its a thermocouple problem, theremocouple are on commercial ovens and basic ranges usually a domestic range has a glow coil operating oven and not a thoemocouple
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
Do not light anything if you are smelling gas. Make up a soapy solution in a spray bottle and apply to all connections and look for bubbles. Most common place to leak is hook-up at cylinder and hook-up at cooker. If you can't find the leak and continue to smell gas, do not use it. Also make sure your cylinder is not empty.
Posted on May 15, 2010
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