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How do you light the pilot light on a duke e convection oven?

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Check that the elements are high quality, dont use cheap elements, also replace all the elements and all are working, do not leave the door open while heating for along time. Do not power cold water on them while hot to clean let them cool down gradually.make sure the termina conection to are not loose during replacement. swicth off when you dont need to use for a long

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SOURCE: Duke Convection Oven won't heat past 250 degrees

Most likely a heating element.

Posted on Nov 08, 2009

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SOURCE: My covection oven does not heat up once food is put in

on the gas valve there is an adj. for the pilot size, maybe too small , would try increasing the pilot and see what happens.also the thermocouple might be on the way out ,you might want to replace that and try oper. go with thermocouple first, then try pilot size dont forget to vote tks. monomoy

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What causes a duke E101 convection oven to not cook evenly?


If it's getting hot, but it isn't cooking as fast as normal, your convection blower/fan may be out. If you can hear the fan running, but the oven isn't getting hot enough, then you most likely have a heat element or thermostat problem.
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Pilot light issue


you cannot light the pilot on that oven manually. that oven is eletronic ignition. take off the panel under the doors, turn on the oven, and turn the thermostat to 350.
if you see sparking on both the right and left burners, you and it doesnt light, you need to see if the gas solenoid on the right side of the burner is getting power. if it is and nothing lit relace it.
if it is not, replace the ignition board

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I have a gas garland convection oven 10-15 years old. I see the red button to relight the pilot light but I can't find the pilot light itself. Can you tell me where I should be looking?


On the main bake burner is going to be a small pilot burner,got to lift off the oven floor to get to it. It is going to look something like this picture and is attached usually to the side of the main burner.To light the pilot,push that red button light the small pilot burner..hold in the red button for about 20 seconds..release the red button..pilot should be on..if goes off the thermocoupler is going to be in need of replacement

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Hi, the elements on my duke e101-e 240v single phase convection oven keep going out every 3 to six months...is there any other reason why they would go out so often?


Check that the elements are high quality, dont use cheap elements, also replace all the elements and all are working, do not leave the door open while heating for along time. Do not power cold water on them while hot to clean let them cool down gradually.make sure the termina conection to are not loose during replacement. swicth off when you dont need to use for a long

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I have a defective flame sensor on a duke oven, I need to know the best way to remove it to replace with a new one. It does not appeear there is enough room inside to access it.


it does require removal of entire burner assembly. which is not all that hard to do but a bit time consuming. fittings for 2 burners and pilot must be disconnected and 3 screws on front of burner assembly. unit will then pull right out allowing access to flame sensor bulb. hope this helps!

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Duke Convection Oven won't heat past 250 degrees


Why should the cooker burn that hot, when you can cook most things at a max 220Celsius

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My covection oven does not heat up once food is put in


on the gas valve there is an adj. for the pilot size, maybe too small , would try increasing the pilot and see what happens.also the thermocouple might be on the way out ,you might want to replace that and try oper. go with thermocouple first, then try pilot size dont forget to vote tks. monomoy

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