Question about Garland Convection Oven - MCO-NAT Gas
Please check the switch contacts, they may be shorted closed. Check the circuit for any grounds and replace the switch if necessary. For this you'll need to remove the switch and also need to check for the wiring from ignition switch to the burners. Please tell me the model number of your imperial range so that i can assist you better.
Also check the Gas valve/connector whether its firmly held. Also tell me if it clicks after the gas is lighted.
Please see this link for spark module diagram--
Imperial spark module and wiring diagram
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Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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