Question about Vulcan GCO2D Gas Single Oven
I hear click, click sound soon as I turn the oven on and feels the heat cominng from inside the oven. After 5 min or so, oven light indicates, there is no ignition and attempt to re-ignite the oven. I do not know about this oven, but in my humble opion,I believe it is the hi limit switch, if they do have it. Please let me know asap
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i can get you the error code but dont have my manual at the time.a couple things to check.do you here the clicking sound of the ignitor that ignites the gas?when you installed the regulator are you sure its on right?you should see an arrow on the regulator body and it should be pointing to the oven.also you need 10 inches of water colum (gas pressure)with a propane system where as natural you need less,regardless ill be in touch.
Posted on Jan 17, 2008
thaddeus,leave the ignitor in its place and try to bend/adjusted close to the burner.if you dont hear a click--click noise its not sparking and the problem may be the ignition board.if you do hear it check the orange/black wire to the ignitor.it could be damaged and the spark is being grounded onto the frame of the oven.the easy way to tell is if you hear the spark but no gas try to light it manually,if sucessful clean out the pilot--if this doesnt work replace the ignition cable.i service these ovens alot.if you need a part let me know and i can give you a part #.
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
If you smell gas, then check the ignitor circut first. A spark ignitor usually has a grey or orange wire, leading from the ignitor to the input circut. Try testing the terminal where the ignitor is powered, when the unit should be calling for ignition. If there is ample voltage to the ignitor, but it will not spark, shut off the power and the gas to the appliance and remove the pilot assembly. The ignitor will either unclamp or unscrew from it, and can now be replaced. Check to see if it is properly spaced (which it should be if undisturbed), or if any deposits are on it. Sometimes they can be properly spaced or cleaned to work once again.
- Ian Miller
Posted on Dec 18, 2009
Gas does not ignite. No spark. No Ignition light is not ON.
1. Shorted electrode on igniter/flame sense.
2. Igniter cable (high voltage) OPEN.
3. Heat relay malfunction.
4. Centrifugal switch in blower motor inoperative.
5. Transformer inoperative.
6. High limit thermostat open.
7. Interconnecting wiring malfunction.
8. Ignition module malfunction.
Sparks but gas does not ignite.
1. Gas solenoid valve off or inoperative.
2. Manual gas valve closed.
3. Gas supply OFF or insufficient gas pressure.
4. Inerconnecting wiring malfunction.
5. Igniton module malfunction.
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
The ignitor is not working right and is going bad....
have the repair man replace the ignitor, or DIY....
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Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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