After five seasons of heavy use our Force ten oven
had a hard time getting up to 325 degrees the other day. Took an hour and a half to cook a roast and it wasn't as brown on the top as it should have been. Also the potatoes didn't brown. Time to clean the orifice. Instructions were online at their site. Seemed very simple, unscrew the burner off the back, rotate 180 degrees, remove orifice with 7mm socket.
Got the burner off the back, impossible to put a socket on the orifice, there's about a 3/4" gap between the orifice and the burner. Managed to get it off with a little 7mm wrench. Not too difficult. The difficult part was putting the orifice back in after cleaning
with alcohol. The gap is so small you can't hardly get your fingers in and when you can you can't hold the orifice and start threading it. Anyway one and a half hours later and a pair of tweezers got the orifice threaded. Oven
works fine, 10 minutes and the oven was up to 350 degrees and it's really cold here in Florida- low forties! And thirties forecast