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Why does the flame in the oven goes out while suppose to cook. Can I do anything to rectify that
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Oven will not stay alight
You have aproblem with you ffd ( flamme faliure device which is located in the oven.. Or if your oven has a thermocouple that has gone. Yo need to replace either one of them depending which one you have in your oven
Posted on Nov 18, 2007
SOURCE: ge spectra glass top stove.
Two possible reasons come to mind.
1. There most likely was a short circuit that activated the top unit. Was any part of the top glowing when you looked at it while it was crackling?
2. Be aware that glass tops CANNOT take as heavy a load of pots and pans as a STANDARD range can. The glass will crack. The stress can accumulate over a period of time and you will be left with the 4 am madness dim experienced.
If anyone out there finds themselves in a similar situation, don't wait when you hear the crackling. Pull the the range plug, or find the ranges circuit breaker in your electrical box and turn it off.
Posted on Dec 03, 2007
HI thanks for your question. the part that's at fault, is the igniter. it glows but not hot enough to ignite all the gas. replace the igniter. thanks the appliance doc. please rate my answer. thanks.
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
Hi, just wanted to ask, are you sure the safety valves are bad? seems strange that 2 would go bad like that. I have seen thermocouples ( $7 to $12 ) improperly installed,routed, not an OEM part,dirty pilots, affect them alot more often than a bad safety ($150 to $250). There is no baffle plate behind the safety, however, if mounted properly, it should be well out of any heat range that would be causing any problems. Are you sure it isn't "front venting" ? meaning the exhaust, or part of it, has to escape out of the front of the unit, causing it to overheat? this can be caused by a few things, something blocking,covering,in the flue. Your gas pressure too high, or no regulator at all, sooting, clogged orfice causing gas to burn in the burner, alignment of orfice to burner, etc.. Hope all that helps, let us know :)
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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