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ICV-1 We are a rental company we have a ICV-1 converted to propane thats portable that we rent out to caterers. did not have a lot of luck at the beginning but after some service the oven worked correctly. now the electronic ignition lights and the burners light but when the ignighter goes off the flame goes off. I tried it this am again and it lit but when i came back to check on it 20 min later the burner was off and it was making a loud buzzing sound (like an alarm) that will not go off unless you unplug it.

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  • back9bistro Oct 05, 2008

    I have the same type problem. When the unit is first turned on the pilot lights and the burner ignights but the burner then kicks out if you open the door and wait for the fan to kick out and then close the door the burner will ignight again but will go back out. If you turn the fan to low it will light and stay going once to temp, turn the fan back to high and your good to go. do you think this could be the flame switch P/n 1133?


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If you could narrow down the buzzing noise, where and when, it may be significant.

As far as the unit losing its flame, I believe this unit uses a "flame switch" to prove there is a pilot flame. (Part# 1133) So first visually verify the flame quality and the position of the bulb for the flame switch. And assuming that's fine, you need to check the electrical switch portion of the part. It is in the control cabinet towards the bottom. Just two wires.

Usually this problem is a switch failure, rather than a lose connection, or a poor pilot flame. Good luck

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