MemberNovember 12, 2016 at 12:00 am
The stove is some 20 years old and the broiler stopped working a few months back, and the oven has sitting slower to light, taking 5-10 minutes to light. We’ve been told to get new igniters, but can’t find a source.
MemberNovember 13, 2016 at 5:17 am
We don’t do residential equipment here. Yet, since it’s a Garland, I did a little looking around for you.
From my little research, I found that Garland discontinued their residential line of products in 1999. However, they offer up information on parts support of those old products. Here’s Garland’s web page for information on that:
Their link to ADCO Parts is bad, so I searched on-line and found this:
They also claim to offer other services, with one being TECHNICAL SUPPORT:
So if you (or a technician) needs technical assistance, ADCO may be capable of that. I’m assuming that they have access to service and parts literature on that unit.
Call them and see what they can do for you.
Good luck with that.
MemberOctober 4, 2018 at 6:04 pm
As I recall, they used a HSI igniter on the home line. And a restive valve for the burner. It has a bimetal strip that opens the valve when the current flow is right If the wattage of the igniter gets out of spec, it will delay ignition or not light.
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