I turn the dial to grill, press the ignite switch and everything goes hunky dory, then when I let go of the dial the flame goes out. There is no gas coming out when I let go of the dial. if I turn the dial the other way to ignite the oven that works fine, its just the grill that does not work. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Under your knobs are burner switches, 3 of them are the same, so this will be a hit and miss on getting them but possible. Each burner should trigger the ignition system. This will be needed to be inspected to find out which one needs to be replace. If you get the right person to look over the unit they could tell you if it can be repaired. I worked on one about 3 years ago and it worked out fine. Good Luck and I hope this helped.
the ignition thermocouple is not getting hot enough to open the valve for main gas.or it might be a swmi pulled pilot orrifice. if the pilot flame is hitting the thermocouple nicely then I would say replace the thermocouple .
I had a stove in my camper that did this. The answer was to let the flame burn for a few minutes BEFORE closing the door. I think the original problem is that there is too much gas flowing to the burner and it literally blows itself out, until you get everything heated up and working. The question, I think, is there a way to turn down the gas pressure??
to find out if the regulator is good or bad, turn any of the burners that do not have the problem, one at a time but take a close look at the flame and see if the flame goes lower and lower as you turn a second burner and a third and the fourth one, if the flame goes lower and lower the regulator is bad. but if the problem is with just the grill one , it has to much air, you can turned down the air where the burner meets the valve that supplies gas to it the burner has a vent, it needs to be close a little bit, you can close it little by little and testing the burner on the on position until the splutter goes away.
You need to press the cook period button. You'll see a counter that says 0.00. Press the + (or - button if you have gone too far) to set the time you want the oven to stay on for. When the timer runs out, it will beep with the alarm, and at the same time cut off the gas supply to the oven.
Annoying, but a good safety feature. I normally put 3 hours on to make sure it stays on for the full length I am cooking for.
How do I get my grill working???? Its how I found your question. The dial won't even turn in that direction, and I am sure there is a similar safety device in place. Might be the same one. Will try (just typing helps me think).
HI thanks for your question. the problem with your gas oven, is the igniter is not hot enough to ignite the gas. a common problem with gas ovens. replace the igniters. thanks the appliance doc. please rate my answer, if happy thanks-
That model has an electric ignition ? you turn the oven to full (8), keep the dial pressed in & press the ignition switch.
You should hear the clicking & if you look at the bottom of your oven you should see a flame through a small round hole.
You have to keep the dial(not the ignition, the dial(8)) pressed in for about 30 seconds for the thermocouple to warm up before you let it go else the flame will just go out. ( if the thermocouple isn't warm enough it will cu off the gas, safety incase of loss of flame or accidental use of oven)