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Old 07-12-2014, 11:33 AM   #1
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Oven not working on 23b

This is not really a Jayco issue but by oven is not working. I can light the pilot while holding the knob in but when I try and turn the stove on the pilot shuts off. I tried replacing the thermocouple but no luck there. When youopen up one of these ranges there are very few parts at all so I can't believe this is a very hard Fix. I am hoping maybe someone who has had this problem might be able to point me in a direction


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Old 07-12-2014, 03:59 PM   #2
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Do you have good gas flow? Are your stove top burners working? If you have replaced the thermocouple sounds like it could be a gas supply problem.
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Old 07-12-2014, 04:41 PM   #3
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This is not really a Jayco issue but by oven is not working. I can light the pilot while holding the knob in but when I try and turn the stove on the pilot shuts off. I tried replacing the thermocouple but no luck there. When youopen up one of these ranges there are very few parts at all so I can't believe this is a very hard Fix. I am hoping maybe someone who has had this problem might be able to point me in a direction


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Been there before. When your pilot does light the flame is very small, yes? Critters and dusty crud is the culprit in the gas tube. Take the smallest tie wrap, stick it in the tube where the gas should come out and wiggle it around. If you have a can of compressed air like you would use for computers and the like with the snorkel tube,
(avail. office supply store) follow it up with a blast of air. Your flame is probably too small to open the thermocouple/gas valve. Give it a try, take you all of 5 min.
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