Question about Magic Chef 9512 Electric Single Oven
We have a 1995 Magic Chief single oven. To start the oven, even since we got it, I would turn on oven, wait about 30 seconds and then take a wooden spon and hit the igniter and it would light. The problem is that if I baked something a long time and oven turned off (as too hot), it would never turn back on unless I hit igniter agin (which I have trouble doing as oven is now too hot). the igniter was made by EATON Controls in Illinois with following specs: G-LP .5 psi, 3.03/3.3 VAC, 3.3/3.6amps. I now want to bake more often than in past. What should I do
You can check you connections to see if loose wire nut.normaly people will say they hit the oven safty valve and gas will come out.the amp draw on that ignitor is as ive been taught 3.2 to 3.5 if low than that it will have a hard time opening the safty valve.ive sold and installed 100s of ignitors and a few valves.hope that helps.god bless tom
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