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The oven sounds like blow torch

Sometimes when I turn on the oven it sounds like a blow torch...it also takes forever to come up to temp when the blow torch noise isn't happening

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  • leenie312 Mar 03, 2009

    Ok...I figured it was either too much or too little gas...so now that I know what it is...how do I fix it?...what part needs to be replaced...how difficult is it to fix?

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It could be the FSD(flame supervisery divice)not opening correctly starving the burner of gas.

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