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Where can I purchase a flame switch for an Imperial oven Model#09572J

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You probably can't any longer as they contained mercury. Whilst this never was a problem, I believe California outlawed all devices for commercial cooking that contained mercury and manufacturers had to stop fitting them. My understanding is that they are not even allowed to hold stock. GOOD NEWS! there is a modification kit that can be retro fitted that turns the unit into an automatic pilot system. It contains a grey control box and some wiring. The original flame switch and spark box are removed and this new box initiates the pilot valve/ignition. I don't have part numbers and you will need to be a really good engineer to fit this mod' kit, but it does work and is pretty reliable, just make sure it doesn't get mounted where it will get too hot.

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SOURCE: what causes the flame switch to cut out ion an Imperial ICVD convection oven

This flame sensor switch is a safety device that only allows the main valve to open after is is satisfied there is a pilot flame. Otherwise if there were no pilot and the main valve was allowed to open, the inside of the burner area would quickly fill with gas and pose an exposion hazard. The original capillary tube type switch is obsolete and a new electronic unit conversion kit is available. Contact Imperial tech support for more information

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