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I replaced a temp control valve on a bakers pride pizza oven. The main valve is a bobshaw 700, which feeds to an inversys temp control valve.
After it was installed I found the flame stays on (although very small), when the valve is turned all the way down.
I looked through some oven stuff I have, and found this is called a bypass flame. I read it should be set to about 1/8″. I was wondering what the purpose of the bypass flame is. Is it to prevent ignition issues when the stat cycles? Is it necessary or can I close it off?
Any help appreciated.
I didn’t find the right solution from the Internet.
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