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Problem with oven preheating

My Maytag oven takes forever to preheat. I replaced the igniting unit a few years ago, but that was because it would not bake anything. This time it will eventually bake, but takes forever to get to the predesignated temperature. Every so often I hear the gas pulsing instead of a steady gas flow.

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  • Ed Nock Aug 12, 2008

    I have the same problem with my gas pulsating instead of flowing at a regular rate. Anybody know what to do and/or the cost to fix?

  • michaelbruye Jan 16, 2009

    The heat exchange acts like there is not getting enough air to reach the complete tempature

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Hi, I'm Neil
It is a fire hazard! Be Careful!
It's a gas regulator or thermostat
This time you will have to call the the manufacturer for service!
If it's under a year old ,your under warranty and it will not cost you anything!

Please give me a solution rating here!
Thank You
Neil

Posted on Aug 24, 2008

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