Question about Parkinson Cowan SG320 Gas Kitchen Range
My parkinson cowan oven is not reaching the right temperature.on first ignition the flame no longer gets high it stays low as if the oven has got to the correct temp,but its only warm
The gas flow in my oven is too high and causes flames. What do I do?
Posted on Jun 23, 2011
If it is a Flame Failure Device malfunction ( now termed Flame Supervision Device) then as long as you have a flame the FFD/FSD control will be over-ridden if you leave the oven on a high setting (say Gas Mark 7) for about 10/15 minutes. Any malfunction should temporarily correct itself and you will be able to cook safely at the correct temperature but this will probably be a requirement every time you want to use the oven. The FFD/FSD is a CORGI required component and therefore very important from a safety aspect so I called in a CORGI registered plumber to give me a quote. The quote was nearly as high as the cost of a new oven so I just bought a new oven with a warranty.
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
The flame failure device( FFD) may have malfunctioned,not allowing full volume of gas through to the burner.This is a safety feature, preventing full gas pressure to the oven straight away.
Posted on Oct 01, 2007
BLOCKED JET MAYBE CAUSED BY FOOD SPILLAGE OR BLOCK IN PIPE TO JET
Posted on Jul 07, 2007
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