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Last christmas my oven stopped working, after throwing some parts at it and finally finding this forum I was able to get it to start working. I replaced the igniter(fixed the problem), tossed on a new regulator, and the gas control valve.

Now when I put the oven on 450 the heat light always stays lit and cooking pizzas takes alot longer than it used to. The original problem was no flame.

I've tried to adjust the flame but no luck on the heat. I also messed with the adjusting the oven temperature control to +30 degrees higher, no luck.

I really would like to fix this and not buy a new oven. Any help is appreciated and thanks before hand.


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Place the oven thermometer in the middle of the oven and put the oven on 350F. Open the oven door 10-15 minutes after it's preheated and read the temperature. Post the result.

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This is what the results were following your instructions.



I cooked a pizza, preheated oven for 450, after 20 minutes oven was at 350 degrees. Let me know what you think I should do.
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Sounds like the control board has gone bad. If you do need the correct part number for the control board then post the color of the key pad.

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The part number for the control board with the white faceplate is AP3137616

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Thanks Gene for all of your help. I was wondering if you could explain to me how adjust the flame properly before I make that control panel purchase. I just want to be on the safe side that I adjusted it properly to start with. If you have a link for the adjustment part that would be cool also.
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...how adjust the flame properly...
You can find it in the Installation instructions (page 5)

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Okay I messed with the flame some more, still no luck. Gonna break down and order the control panel. What should the heat be after preheating the oven to 350 and leaving the door open for 10-15 minutes anyways?

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