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Vulcan convection oven model# SG-2-5 or S MP

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Looking for service manual

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How do you test the solenoids on this oven? The oven pilot lights are burning. The thermostat and load switch test ok. The door switches are ok. The fan is ok. The burners will not light.

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Is the Oven Indicator Light ON ?

Did you do the tests on PDF page 19 ?

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Yes I did the tests. The oven indicator light is on and voltage checks on the load control were ok

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Has this oven worked at the present location ?

and is there 120v at the Solenoid ?

yes.. sounds like it bad ...

 

or the Coil on the Valve is bad ...

http://www.refrigeratorparts.com/store/GAS-01005.html

http://www.fixitshop.com/Merchant2/merchant.mv?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=Applianceparts&Product_Code=GAS-01005

http://www.instawares.com/158-1005-robertshaw-f-j.158-1005.0.7.htm

 

 

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 There is 120 vac at both coils. I can hear the rear coil energize when the load control and thermostat are turned on. The front coil is energized with just the master switch on and thermostat and load control off. That doesn't seem right.

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