Question about Bakers Pride FC-616 Gas Single Oven
I actualy have a bakers pride convection flo deck oven, model 251. The serial number is post change as per the parts list, and the pilot light seems to go out at random. I have a ceiling fan over the stove with a swamp cooler inlet above that. There is also an exhaust fan and other AC inlets around. Is it possible there is an air leak somewhere in or on the oven? any known problem areas?
Thanks for the help.
If this oven has a "stack" (where the hot gases & heat vent to your hood) air could be blowing down the stack affecting the pilot. Simple test, Bic lighter lit at the top of the stack in the middle of the opening. If the flame is being sucked down the stack, then you have air blowing the pilot out. How old is the thermocouple on this unit ? Pilot flame heats this up to send a signal to your main gas valve to open up so the burners light. A weak t-couple could be your problem. Hope this helps
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