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Blodgett Ovens | Answered on Oct 09, 2010

Honest opinion is to just buy a new fan. BUT there are a few options to reomve it.....
1. cut the shaft and try to drive it out. 80% chance of no damage.
2. go buy a puller and remove it with it. A ok puller from a auto parts store 20 bucks. rental 5 bucks. Damage 95% no damage.
3. all the time to chase parts and gas. 20 bucks.

Hopefully you can get it removed from the shaft from the fan. Best of luck.

Blodgett Ovens | Answered on Jan 03, 2010

Hi, if you could send me more information about this unit, I am sure that I will be able to tell you how to wire it. Transformers are fairly easy to wire. If I know the voltage you have and, the voltage you want, then tell me about this transformer. I need to no the power coming into it such as 120volts in and you want to step it down to 24volts? Or, 220, 240, 277, and so forth in, then tell me the voltage out that you need to connect to like maybe 120 out? Also, please tell me after this transformer is wired in with the correct voltage in, and what that voltage is, tell me the voltage out and what you are going to control. We can solve this if you tell me these things I have asked you. Thank you, I will be waiting.

Blodgett Ovens | Answered on Nov 22, 2009

"sparks pilot lights" , "reset button comes on" can you be more specific on these terms you used? I know this posting is an old posting, but I maybe be able to help you as I have fixed all the problems (multiple with 6 G-L's zephaire. Here I'll try to "assume" your terms. The g-l has one light at the front panel. If you mean it comes on and off (the light that is), this is the due to continuous try ignition module, not reading the "flame sensor input right", assuming there is no flame at the pilot. This might be caused by a mulfunction of the ignition module, or by a bad "flame sensor wire" or sensor. See if the pilot spark / flame comes on when you turn the oven on. See if the white wire coming out of it is good and not chewed by rats or something. If the ingition control (the blue box) is reading flame sensor input right, it will light the main burners, (red wire on the valve) if I recall correctly. The ignition control works properly on max 150 F and the ventilation fan on top if it's not working should be replaced. They sell them on line, and also grainger has it for around $32. The o modules go for around $129 to 170. and sometimes you find them on ebay for around 50. Hope this helps.


Blodgett Ovens | Answered on Oct 14, 2009

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Blodgett Ovens | Answered on Oct 01, 2009

Determine the make and model of your dryer. You want to make sure you get the correct conversion kit for your dryer. Get one that is specifically for your dryer, not a universal kit.
Buy a conversion kit for your dryer. You will probably find one at a local hardware storemag-glass_10x10.gif .You can also find them online. It is probably advantageous to buy it locally because the dealer has experience installing these and can be a great asset. The kit will probably come in an envelope and will be marked something to the effect of “Conversion Kit Nat. Gas to L.P. Gas for XXXX series dryers”.

1)Shut off the gas supply to the dryer and make sure the power cord is unplugged.
2)Access the gas controls assembly in the dryer. This will be different for different brands of dryers. The instructions with the conversion kit should tell you exactly how to do this for your dryer.
3)Turn on the gas supply and check for leaks using a liquid soap solution and / or a leak tester.
4)Activate the dryer gas valve. Check to make sure the manifold pressure is correct and if not, adjust the regulator setting. Again, check for leaks.
5)Adjust the main burner flame as directed in the instructions with your gas conversion kit.

Blodgett Ovens | Answered on Aug 28, 2009

i just took a set of 12" legs off of an older stove and put on a set of 19" legs. i can list them on ebay if you want to by them.

Blodgett Ovens | Answered on May 05, 2009

This does have an internal fuse and there are probably 2 or 3 of them. They should be located right behind the timer or thermostat.

Blodgett Ovens | Answered on Feb 03, 2009

On the back of the motors there are safty overload reset's, these are small red push in buttons. Also there are fuses for each motor inside the control panels assembly.

Blodgett Ovens | Answered on Jun 10, 2008

There is a capacitor on the back of the display board. It just needs changing for a new one. If you can remove it, you can take it to any electronics or television repairer. The capacitors are the same. Or you can buy a new display for $490.36!!

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