Question about Tappan TGF320 Gas Kitchen Range
I have a Kenmore gas range that won't hold temperature. When I turn it on, it comes up to set temp, but if the oven is used for more 10 minutes to bake a batch of cookies then it loses temp. Even pizza takes nearly 45 minutes to cook! I have temporarily remedied this by babysitting the oven and turning it off every 10-15 minutes to reset it. When it is on for a longer period of time you can hear the gas come on. The gas sounds like some rhythmic pulsating sh-sh-shh, sh-sh-shh. Could this be a temperature sensor? It seemed to have started after one of the first times I used the self-cleaning feature.
You're glow bar ignitor is on its way out. I had this exact problem and swapped mine out with its identical sibling that runs the broiler element. Problem fixed.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
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