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KitchenAid oven model KGRT507 - oven flame on side of bottom pan is way high comes out side of pan cover, just replace gas valve & regulator. What is my problem? TY

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Flame saftey device control valve stuck in open position that why main gas is coming other wise flame should be max 2cm long after flame saftey device heat up and bellow expand and main valve should open

Posted on Nov 07, 2008

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SOURCE: Replaced gas safety valve, burner flame now too hot

Take a 1/2 inch open end wrench and tighten the orifice on top of the safety valve.Probably about 2 turns. Then adjust the air shutter to mostly open.

Posted on Mar 26, 2009

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you have a bad oven sensor /faulty connection or bad control board.look for probe coming thru inside rear wall.should read 11k ohms cold.go bad a lot part number Hope this helps ,please rate my response :)

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Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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SOURCE: Hello. I have an old Roper oven, model no.

I have the same problem, bad ignitor on model 1068106 but do not have a part number or a manual. Could you send a part number?

Posted on Jul 12, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a GE Spectra XL44, model #JGBP40BEC4WH gas

Most likely, you're oven igniter is not getting hot enough to open the gas valve to ignite the burner. It glows like normal, but does not reach the temperature required to open the gas valve. Replace the igniter. Before you replace that, make sure that the small shutoff lever on the appliance regulator was not accidentally closed, which would turn off the gas to the oven, while still allowing gas to the stovetop. The silver lever should be sticking straight out or up. Douglas

Posted on Sep 12, 2010

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Any gas cooker has a thermocouple that keeps the gas valve open; if the thermocouple no longer generates current (which feeds the coil of an electromagnet) then the gas valve closes and the flame will go out. So check thermocouple. In normal conditions the voltage generate by the thermocouple is low but the current is high.

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Because the glowbar is glowing does not necessarily make it good.
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Put a clamp on amp meter around one wire of the glowbar. Turn the oven control on to BAKE.
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A friend has a oven that has been coming on with a bang. I've cycled it on and off cold and hot no problems when I was there. Pulled the botten pan out (it is quite worped from heat and dosn't fit that...


a lot of iffy things could be happening here..
verify proper amperage draw through the ignitor.. i believe thats a 3.2-3.5 amp system but check the label thats on the gas valve, it will have the ratings listed on there for sure. make sure amperage draw is in the middle of the range as some gas valves are less tolerant of low amperage draw than others.
it almost sounds like your amperage load may be on the low side, just enough to open the valve regularly but not open fully..
its on its way out if so..
the popping could be the gas coming into the oven slowly enough to NOT blow directly across the ignitor properly, (igniting it instantly if it were) and allowing it to pool in the enclosure some because of the low amperage draw through the ignitor, eventually firing with a bang..

yes the regulator vent could be plugged, but another thing is if you are on bottled gas/lp/propane for your source of fuel the regulator at the tank could be faulty also, causing the pulsing flame..
hope this helps,
best of luck,
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Hello. I have an old Roper oven, model no.


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