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Not getting hot
The users manual, located HERE
only has basic tips to check if the unit isn't firing or getting hot, As there is no pilot light, it seems that it is probably the unit's electronic spark that could be the cause. Does it give you a code on the display?
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Oven will sometime take an hour to get to temp
If your oven is older or you live near the water check if there is a build up of fine rust over the burners. A fine wire brush lightly run over the top of the burners may be your solution. Before you attempt this disconnect electrical power and turn off the gas supply. If you are mechanical remove the front lower cover by opening the doors, removing the two screws located in the top of the lower cover next to the door hinges. The cover will remove to the front. Next remove the screws holding the shield in fromt of the burners. A long handled fine wire brush will allow you to brush the top of the burners. If there is a film of fine rust it will not be apparent when looking. After careful reinstallation of the burner shield and ensuring there is a safe area away from the exposed electrical connections for you. Reconnect electrical power and gas to the oven temporarily. This will alow the unit to be operated enableing you to look past the pilot flame to see if the burner flames are even across the burners. Disconnect electric and gas supply from the unit prior toiInstalling lower cover. After complete reassembly reconnect power and gas and enjoy.
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My company has Blodgett Gas
The serial number is under the left side door behind the cover. Open the doors take out the two phillips head screws which go into the top of the lower cover, one on each end just inside the door hinge, the lower cover will remove to the front.
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BEEN WORKING FINE. In the
The problem can be easily given by the door safety interlock switch. This oven has a door safety switch system:
13: door switch
The switch is tested by jumping it or by reading Ohms to see if it is opening and closing circuit by reading zero and infinity when operated.
If the switch is OK, the spark module and ignitor is second in list. Coils are unlikely to be the problem because when they fail the burner does not work at all. The flame sensor may cause the same problem, but it rarely fails. With this ovens the flame sensor is also integrated in the ignition module. If the door is OK check also wiring to flame sensor probe and ignitor.Here diagrams.Here parts.
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