Our volunteer ambulance corp has a garland stove that looks exactly like this model
we are trying to find someone to referbish while we are building our new building
we are in valley cottage / congers new york
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Hi there, most of the newer unit parts are available still, but not seeing it makes it hard to guarantee. I would advise calling a Factory Authorized Servicer in your area, having a problem with gas entering the oven, and not igniting is a serious problem, and it sounds like the pilot is lit in the oven, but could be malfunctioning. Here is the telephone for Garland: Tel: 1.800.424.2411. They can recommend someone in your area, or check your local phone book, for Restaurant repair companies, and contact them. Hope that helps, and thank you.
Hi, I am sure you can still get the thermostat replaced, however, it is unlikely anyone will service the unit without oven safeties, for insurance/liability issues. You may be able to get it updated with these devices, but I would bet that you could find a newer used unit that is in fair to good shape for the same or a little bit more money. You can contact Garland range at www.garland-group.com, call 1 800 424 2411, or look in your phone book in "restaurant equipment repair" for a company to advise you, and "restaurant equipment sales" for new/used equipment. Check on ebay for approximate prices if you are curious. Hope that helps, and thank you.
We use a Garland from the 1960's and pilot lights ARE scary and should make you nervous. This is why they are no longer allowed in new gas ranges. I mounted an inline gas shut off to the stove where the gas enters (on mine this is right in front on the left side). It turns on and off like a burner and when we are done cooking we simply shut off the gas there. To light the burners or the stove I use one of those long reach lighters. I go to bed knowing that NO gas is coming in. We love the stove, it makes cooking more fun. Good Luck!