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I have a 48" Garland griddle 4 burner thermostat controlled and I can't have it above low all the way across because it is so hot it burns my eggs. I have 1/4 of the griddle I can cook an egg on, if I turn the griddle where it should be at 250,300,300,350 the whole griddle turns black. I need a repair man to turn down the temperatures that it is set on. please sent a reply to janmid_86@hotmail.com with all the repair companies that are available in around Orillia/Barrie Ontario Canada Thank you

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Hi- This should have a gas Safety Valve, this is the main valve to the oven (this probably has 2). If you remove the lower panel under the doors they are probably right there. Looks like a large gas valve with a button on it, sometimes the button is red. You need to hold in that button while lighting the pilot and keep holding it in for a few seconds until the thermocouple gets hot enough to tell the valve to keep the pilot on. You'll have to do this for both ovens if there are 2 valves. It's possible the valves are located somewhere else on the range so you may have to hunt a bit. If the pilots still won't stay lit you may need new thermocouples in which case I'd call a Tech out to look at it. Hope this helps. Good Luck.

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I'm not familiar with your particular appliance but all gas fired appliances have a thermocouple and igniter.

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Hi- This should have a gas Safety Valve, this is the main valve to the oven (this probably has 2). If you remove the lower panel under the doors they are probably right there. Looks like a large gas valve with a button on it, sometimes the button is red. You need to hold in that button while lighting the pilot and keep holding it in for a few seconds until the thermocouple gets hot enough to tell the valve to keep the pilot on. You'll have to do this for both ovens if there are 2 valves. It's possible the valves are located somewhere else on the range so you may have to hunt a bit. If the pilots still won't stay lit you may need new thermocouples in which case I'd call a Tech out to look at it. Hope this helps. Good Luck.

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