Question about Ovens
Oven burner not burning uniformly and cannot control flame
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
all gas range ovens have a small metal box in the back upper area of the broiler burner; a gas line runs into this box as do two wires; this is a "flame control " gas valve; the way it works is: after the pilot has been lit as you turn the oven temp control a heating element in the box causes a small valve to open allowing a larger amount of gas into the oven burner to ignite the whole burner If you can only get pilot flame on high replace this valve
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
bloody hell that is so scarey i have the same problem and its round about the same time yours went funny if you have a solution can you let me know as im looking for the answer myself firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on May 15, 2010
SOURCE: Flavel 100 finesse problem
I have a Flevel 100 and wish I had checked out all the problems everyone is having first as I would never have bought it...what a waste of money...already replaced the element on it...the ordinary cooker died weeks ago...now the fan one has died leaving me with no means of cooking in an oven...this is going to the nearest dump as soon as I can get to the shop to buy a very cheap standin...Flavel I hope you are ashamed!
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
Turn on the gas knob for the oven (below the grill)
You will see an ignition button below the one that switches on the oven light,it is clearly marked.
Press in and hold the gas knob and press ignite button,you will see the safety bar flame light,when the safe to operate temperature is reached,the oven will stay lit after you release the gas supply knob.
Set oven temperate guage (gas mark 4 is approx electric 200 degrees,thats all there is too it
Hope that helps
Posted on Dec 20, 2010
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