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Vulcan 8 Burner Range, Pilot goes out when oven reaches temp

Basically the pilot lights completely fine, and i turn oven to 500 degrees and everything works fine but when it reaches temp, and the burner shuts off, the pilot also goes out.??? please help........ model number 481LC

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Welcome to Fixya! This sounds a Lot like the Gas Preassure Regulator on the line that comes out of the Wall. If it is not Sending enough Pressure and gas, It will blow out the Pilot light Everytime.

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