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Oven often takes half hour to heat up

When oven turned on, ignitor glows but no gas flows for 5 minutes or so. Then it ignites, only stays lit for a minute or so then gas cycles off while the ignitor stays on. A minute or so later the GAS flows and the cycle repeats.

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  • JimSaline Feb 02, 2008

    I checked the jet is perfectly clear. Maybe I should have mentioned before that when you turn the oven on, there is no noise of gas flow what-so-ever, until four or five minutes then the gas turns on. It runs perfect fine for a minute or two then quickly shuts off. Like it is getting a false signal from the thermostat. Last night I used the oven and it took 35 minutes to reach 325 degrees because of this cycling on and off. When it is on the gas runs full bore. Also occassionally during the cycling on and off I would hear a muffled boom, which makes me think gas is pooling then igniting.

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It is the problem with your gas supply jet.
well the jet could be blocked
check the gas jet and open it with a pin or needle

Posted on Feb 01, 2008

  • Waqar Khurshid
    Waqar Khurshid Feb 03, 2008

    well it doesnt look like the problem is with the thermostat.

    well check for the highest and lowest temprature the behaviour is the same then no problem with the thermostat

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