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Where is the pilot light on the baxter rotating rack oven??

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No pilot. Glow coil ignition.

Posted on Dec 04, 2016

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SOURCE: Hi! I have a baxter OV300 1999- The rack stops

I suspect the drive bel tis worn and slipping.

Please refer to Page 28 of the manual at the link below to inspect the belt.

https://feg.hobartcorp.com/resourcecenter/ProductDocumentation/F36704.pdf

If this is OK and/or you need any further assistance then please just ask.

Posted on Jul 21, 2011

SOURCE: My baxter rotating tray oven is not baking cookies

Inside your oven you have an array of louvers or fins in the back left corner and the front right corner. Sometimes a tray will jam and knock one of the louvers out of adjustment. You may need to call a local authorized service provider to come and reset your louvers to the factory settings. In the meantime you can attempt to make small adjustments to see if you can rectify the issue.

Do not ever adjust the louvers in the back left corner of the oven.
For the trays in question, to direct more air towards the center of the cookie sheet slightly bend the louvers in the front right backwards towards the rear of the oven. ONLY MAKE SLIGHT ADJUSTMENTS!! If you bend the louvers too far you will end up burning the center of the cookie sheet and under cooking the edges.

Posted on Dec 30, 2011

SOURCE: i have a baxter mini

Sounds like you have a water leak! The right side panel needs to come off. Here you will see your copper water lines. Try steaming while watching to see where the water is coming from, most likely its coming from the two spray nozzles that enter the oven near the top in the front and rear. If the leak isn't obvious have an authorized technician service the oven. A leak in this part of the oven left unattended could cause more damage and potentially a fire.

Posted on Jan 13, 2012

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This could potentially be a very easy solution. First you need to verify if when you open the door does the carrier stop immediately regardless of where it is in its rotation or does it continue to a certain point every time and stop in the same place?

If it stops in the same place you need to adjust the alignment bar on top of the shaft. On top of the oven remove the metal shields covering the rotation and lift assembly. You will see a steel ring with two small bars coming out of it attached to the top of the shaft, these bars strike the rack alignment switch when the come around. Have someone on the ground center the rack carrier. Loose the metal ring set screw and turn it until it is sticking the switch, you'll hear it click. Tighten it a little bit and have them start the oven and open the door to see if it stops straight. Continue making adjustments until it is stopping straight.
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