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IMPERIAL ICVG-1 PILOT KEEPS GOING OUT

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Imperial single older convection ICV pilot lights, have flame, but wont light / heat oven. replaced thermostat, didnt help problem, now what?


I suspect the thermo coupler if there is one. I had to replace ours. I took it out and took it to a repair man and he sold me one just like it. Works good now. Make sure the parts are clean where the gas comes out as well The burner as well.

Oct 20, 2016 | Imperial Ovens

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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 The original capillary tube type switch is obsolete and a new electronic unit conversion kit is available.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

Apr 29, 2012 | Imperial ICVD-2-HH Turbo-Flow Gas Double...

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Our kitchen uses the Imperial IVC-1 after it reaches temp it cuts off and inttermitently will not fire again unless it is turned off then back on. what in going on


Not sure if you have electronic or mechanical thermostat. However problem is likely to be in the electronic ignition sequence box (Usually a Fenwall) Also check the panel cooling fan is working, it cools the Fenwall box.

Feb 02, 2011 | Imperial ICV-1 Turbo-Flow Single Oven

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Pilot keeps going out


The thermocouple keeps the pilot on. Maybe there is buildup on it. use sand paper 220 to clean it or replace it.

Jan 14, 2011 | Imperial Ovens

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Light pilot for oven


IF IT HAS A STANDING PIOLOT YOU SHOULD CHECK YOUR BOOK ON HOW TO LIGHT.IF YOU DONT HAVE A BOOK SOME IF THE IMPERIAL STOVES YOU HAVE TO HOLD IN THE TEMPERATURE KNOB IN THEN LIGHT IT. HOLD THE KNOB IN FOR A MINEUTE THEN IT SHOULD STAY ON.REMEMBER GAS IS DANGEROUSE,IF YOU SMELL IT YOU SHOULD STOP AND LET IT AIR OUT.GOOD LUCK BE SAFE
ERIC

Jan 21, 2010 | Imperial Ovens

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ICVG convection oven shut down during cooking process


Wrench, clearly something is causing them to do what they do. Best I can give you are thinking points.

Does this happen every time?
Is there something else on the circuit that could cause undervoltage?
If the hi temp is tripping, why? Put a thermometer in the oven and see where it is.
Get the factory guy on the phone.

Dec 20, 2007 | Imperial ICVD-1-H Turbo-Flow Gas Single...

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