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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have seen this happen when a hole develops near where the ignitor is mounted. The excess gass overheats the ignitor and burns it up. What I do in a case like that is slide a c clamp over the burner and cover the hole.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
You have one of these faults:
Faulty FSD (Flame Safeguard Device). When you turn your oven on the FSD lets a small amount of gas through, after about 30-90 seconds the FSD is satisfied and allows more gas to come through......this then moves over to the.......
Oven Thermostat, this will sense the heat from the oven and adjust the temperature accordingly.
If the flame doesn't go high after 60 seconds it's the FSD, if it does but then it goes low and fails to increase then it's the Thermostat.
Either way you need to get a qualified gas engineer to look at it.
I hope this helps
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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