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Oven pilot shuts off while cooking model H286RC-24

Ive converted this stove to propane the orifices and pilots are clean and new gas is effectively flowing to the oven pilot yet after a period of cooking both the burner and pilot click off. The valve i engage to start the oven pilot seems to kick off. I replaced the thermal coupler still the problem persists. help

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  • propain May 29, 2008

    Thanks very much, ill check those possible causes and get back to you.

  • propain Jun 04, 2008

    Well, I tried all of your suggestions, which were great, incidentally, and ended up focusing on the valve. I took it off, and inspected in closely, and to my surprise, found windings from the drill hole in the gas-input side of the valve. I plucked these out carefully, clearing the hole, and re-installed the valve. It worked perfectly up to around 350 degrees and then the burner and pilot shut off on its own again. While still hot, I took the valve off, and the expansion loosened more of the fine windings, again, blocking the hole. After removing these carefully and re-installing the valve, I am pleased to say the oven works perfectly without shutting off the pilot. In short, an obstruction impaired the valves proper functioning.

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You may have an adjustment problem. The pilot flame needs to under the thermocoupler back from the tip just a touch. But ultimately, if the flame is good, the thermocoupler is good, you have a bad valve.

Also make sure that there is no overall gas pressure problems with the unit. A bad regulator can starve a unit for gas one minute, and work the next.

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