I have tried putting all burners on at same time and no problem. if i want to use the ovens the auto light flashes as though i want to preset timer and ovens go off. i donot set timers or clock as at night i turn cooker off at plug. gas works fine for burners but ovens will not work longer than a minute before the auto light again flashes and it turns ovens off
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If this is the design that the oven will click to light they generally will preheat but shut down once they go to standard bake. The oven will try three times to relight but then shuts down and will not try to light again until you reset the oven. If this is the case the oven burner itself is usually the problem. the burner comes with the electrode.
The gas burner is broken. There is an upper burner and a lower burner. In-order for both burners to turn on, both must be working to let the gas turn on. If one burner element is out the oven wont get hot just warm.
Hello and welcome, If your range has electronic igniters, then you seem to have one or more bad igniters on top of the range if you have a pilot range then you have a gas restriction or clogged orifice tube. Even if they make the click noise while trying to light they may not get hot enough to draw the gas on a constant speed!
This will need to be diagnosed hands on at your location. But this is the fault!
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I have fix that problem before, the oven heat is soficating the top burners, you will have to adjust top burners with the oven on, so that they will light by them selfs.Or put a shield under the cook top section on the back, so that the heat will not come to the burners where they get the oxigen.
sounds like you have 2 problems the first the oven wont light is either a ignitor issue or a gas valve problem even though the ign. glows it may not be drawing enough amps to open the valve.it should be 3.5-5.2 amps at full glow.. have checked that? the over cooking sounds like a thermostat issue.not a lighting issue