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Every couple of days the pilot light goes out.

I have a K10-286 Garland natural gas stove and sometimes daily the main oven pilot goes out. The unit is about 20 years old, could the tip be worn or burned out? Can I order parts?

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  • Manythumbs Apr 17, 2009

    thanks cutting right through! My 286 was bought new in 1981. Started having that problem last week, but the pilot will not stay lit long enough to preheat and cook anything. I can't see any number on the gas safety. Just Grayson-Robertshaw.

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Hello. It sounds like you are able to relight it, and all is good till the next time. I would suggest replacing the thermocouple for the oven, and cleaning the pilot. The pilot is probably dirty, they draw dust into them while burning, and thermocouples are reasonably priced. You could be having a problem with your pilot safety, the part with the red button that you push to relight the pilot, however it is easier, and cheaper to get a new t'couple,and clean the pilot first.

You can go to: www.garland-group.com or call them for parts 1.800.424.2411. There are many part suppliers online that can get what you need.

Hope that helps, and thank you.

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