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Dynasty oven does not work.

Both ovens on my Dynasty 48" range stopped working on the same day.
I replaced both igniters and a gas coil.
Still wouldn't work. The technician I called was pretty helpless. It might be this, it might be that...
Anyone knows what should be the next step if the igniters are replaced and the ovens still would not work?

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  • yrybak Jul 18, 2009

    There is no display control I am aware of. It rather looks like the gas is not released by the valve.
    i spoke to the company and they insured me that these ranges are usually prety simple and rather mechanical.


  • yrybak Jul 18, 2009

    Both ovens on my Dynasty 48" range stopped working on the same day. I replaced both igniters and a gas coil. Still wouldn't work. What should be the next step if the igniters are replaced and the ovens still would not work? It looks like the valve does not open gas after igniters heat up. it does smell a little bit of gas thou...

  • yrybak Jul 20, 2009

    Thank you for the scheme.
    I do generally understand the principle such ranges are working on. The question really is what to DO next. which part I should be looking for, or could it be the wiring, or is that a gas valve?
    I need to know which direction to move to.
    Thanks


  • yrybak Jul 25, 2009

    The problem was much simpler than that.
    After changing of both igniters for both ovens and the gas coils the problem could not be complicated.
    It was a little gas valve supplying gas to the ovens. It has a manual override which was closed (probably by accident or shut because igniters had to be replaced). it is located on the right site next to the manifold ON the gas line leading to the ovens. The tumbler had to be lifted and it solved the problem.
    Simple-stupid, as usual.
    Thank you for your help and if anyone else run into such problem in a future, you might have a solution.



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Replace the gas valve, this is always the most common problem.

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The flame sensor has to sense the flame or it won't light The pilot flame should heat the tip of the flame switch's sensor bulb to a red colour. If the flame switch detects sufficient heat on its sensor bulb at the pilot, it will close an electrical contact in its base. Once the thermostat is turned on, current will be allowed to flow through the flame switch to the oven valve to allow it to open. If the flame switch's sensor is not heated sufficiently, the electrical contacts of the flame switch would remain open preventing any power from reaching the oven valve which in turn would prevent gas from flowing to the oven burner.
In a properly operating system it should usually only take in the area of 30-45 seconds for the oven burner to receive gas and to light.

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    Craig Butler Jul 20, 2009

    I would focus on the flame sensor. This is what allows the gas to the gas coil.

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Hi there,

Problem seems in the display control, check that first....
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Good Luck!!

thanks

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