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jimvt

gas oven lights:won't heat up

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My Sears propane gas oven is getting a little cranky.

Six months ago it would light up but not reach the selected temp.

Repair guy changed the igniter and that seemed to solve the problem.

Last week I lit the stove, gas was burning, but would not reach the setting of 350* after 30+ minutes.

Tried again later...same result.

Repair guy came back today and lit the stove and it reached 350* in 10 minutes.

He could find no problem with the igniter or anything else.

Stove is about 7 years old and usually works fine.

Model # 362-7557 8691

Ser. # 8F223596P

Any ideas?

Thanks....Arigato gozaimus!

Jim VT

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propane cylinder getting low???

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Nope...just filled.

Weather has been VERY wet and humid for a week.....

...don't know if that's a factor!

JimVT

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There may not be a problem!  Were you able to duplicate your repair guy's results since his last visit?

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aaayup....just cooked spareribs @ 350* for one hour and no problem.

Hey...quit that "licking yourself"....I can send you a jar of Bag Balm!

 

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