Question about Blodgett Ovens
BUT.I have a few nagging questions...
The rear "Control Box" fan, should it be sucking air out or in,
If it sucks the air out will it affect the amount of air the gas burner blower gets from inside that box,because the whole thing is reasonably sealed once the side pannel is screwed on..
The cooking Tunnel Extensions, can they or are they supposed to have a baffle that cuts the openings down to half hight. I'm cooking pizza and they are not very high.
It's just that the coveyor belt is not very long on both ends and the Tunnel Extensions covers shorten the time you have to see the pizza coming out and be ready to grab it before it fall over the edge.
I have not been using the tunnel extensions but the oven takes longer to heat.
Can I put half hight baffle plates in front of both tunnel openings so as to keep the heat in Or will it affect the burner and or air circulation for exhaust gasses.
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have you checked the speed control?? it maybe off on the speed run some empty pans thru and time each one I will need a model to give you the entry and exit times for your model before we can futher. do it 3-5 times let me know
Posted on Dec 04, 2007
On the back of the motors there are safty overload reset's, these are small red push in buttons. Also there are fuses for each motor inside the control panels assembly.
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
I confirm that you should get an oven thermometer as I did as my 720 wasn't behaving itself. Lakeland do one that works well and is not to expensive. I found that the fan oven was working ok but the top oven was way out, i.e. setting 160 on the dial produced 140 in the oven. The thermostat sensors for both ovens are located at the rear of each oven at the top right. They should be clear of all congealed fat etc and should be bright and silver in colour. If they are dirty this may cause them not to work correctly. Lakeland again do an oven cleaner that you paint on with a brush. It may take more than one go but it cetainly removes all the rubbish and may well restore the thermostat to near normal operation. When cleaning the sensors be careful of the thin wire from them as if this is damaged you will have to have a complete new thermostat.
(The oven cleaner works on everything inside the oven including the stay clean lining).
As a final thought is the cooling fan running when the oven fan is on as this may cause the oven to overheat?
Best of luck.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
Either the seals need to be replaced, or you may have weak oven door hinges, and the door is not closing properly.
Only solution would be to replace both hinges if this is the case.
Please rate my solution.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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