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Automatic oven starter-timer

Have an older y600 which is left 'on' 24/7
even with the very low flame there is considerable fuel waste
I am wondering if there is such a thing as an automatic oven- starter
would like to shut propane off except for pilot and time it to come on before
we open the next day
many thanks if you could steer me in the right direction
---Steve

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Hi there. If you have an older oven, it most likely does not have a combination valve with a thermopile, not the same as a thermocouple, or a hydraulic safety. If there is a red button sticking out the panel where your thermostat is, you have a hydraulic safety. What you want can be done with wiring, solenoids,timers, and the correct location in the gas line, but would require a bit of modification. I would only use a servicer for this type of modification, if they will even do it, could you find someone to do it, with little concern about safety? sure, but it must be understood, you are taking the risk, and responsibility. This is definitely not a do it yourselfer task.

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