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The oven has a max temp of 650° if you aren't getting there with the tstat cranked all the way up most likely you don't have enough gas pressure to reach the temp. Or the air shutters are mis adjusted. Gas pressures should be adjusted by a professional technician or contractor with a meter for testing gas pressures. I've included the link to the manual so you can find general information about the oven. http://www.blodgett.com/wp-content/uploads/900-man-english.pdf
This may sound simple but....Do you know for sure the oven temp is 550 (use a thermometer on the stone to be sure) The thermostat may be set at 550 but could be running hotter? I have had this problem in the past with ovens.
had the same problem, safety gas valve is sticking get a small hammer and tap saftey valve. Just bought a new saftey valve about 3 weeks ago pilot light lite but now flame. I have a blodgett oven made in the 60s. Blodgett is getting away from there swithes that they have been replacing them with a replaceable thermocouple.made by robert shaw. My supplier said that they are not on the market yet. oops! good luck from oswego ny pizza villa.