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Garland oven the oven heats up but it never shuts down it just keeps getting hotter. the thermastat thermo coupling and pilot have been change.

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    My oven pilot won't stay on. We can't find the model # and we think it is about 30 yr old. It works really great except for that. Hope you are able to help as it is hard to do any baking.


    Tammy

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Replace the safety valve

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You can go to: www.garland-group.com or call them for parts 1.800.424.2411. There are many part suppliers online that can get what you need.

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