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IMPERIAL ICV-1 SINGLE DECK CONVENCTION OVEN

WHEN I SWITCH THE OVEN ON I CAN HEAR THE SOUND OF THE PIOT AND THE BURNERS IGNITE. THEN THE OVEN STOPS FOR A FEW SECONDS. THIS HAPPEN SEVERAL TIMES BEFORE THE BURNERS FINALLY STAY ON . IT WILL TAKE OVER 10/ 15 MINUTES
SOMETIMES WHEN THE OVEN IS ON AND REACHES THE MAX TEMP THE BURNERS SUDDENLY SWITH OFF AND THEY DO NOT RESTART.

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This is a common indication that the ignition module is probably going bad or the flame sensor is not sensing the flame on the burners. There are other, more technical issues possible but this is usually the most common. The "not restart" , if referring to the burners, is an indication that the ignition module has "locked out" the system, usually after 3 failures of attempts to light the burners.

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If you could narrow down the buzzing noise, where and when, it may be significant.

As far as the unit losing its flame, I believe this unit uses a "flame switch" to prove there is a pilot flame. (Part# 1133) So first visually verify the flame quality and the position of the bulb for the flame switch. And assuming that's fine, you need to check the electrical switch portion of the part. It is in the control cabinet towards the bottom. Just two wires.

Usually this problem is a switch failure, rather than a lose connection, or a poor pilot flame. Good luck

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SOURCE: No ignition

EL HORNO NO SE APAGA EN LA TEMPERATURA SELECCIONADA Y CALIENTA DEMASIADO

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ICV-1

If you could narrow down the buzzing noise, where and when, it may be significant.

As far as the unit losing its flame, I believe this unit uses a "flame switch" to prove there is a pilot flame. (Part# 1133) So first visually verify the flame quality and the position of the bulb for the flame switch. And assuming that's fine, you need to check the electrical switch portion of the part. It is in the control cabinet towards the bottom. Just two wires.

Usually this problem is a switch failure, rather than a lose connection, or a poor pilot flame. Good luck
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