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Oven does not Bake, Heat Up

Our oven no longer heats up or Bakes. The broiler works, and all other electrical equipment seems normal. However, the oven never heats up to bake. We think the gas is fine, hence the broiler working, but it does not bake. When this problem began, the oven was preheating. It reached about 300 degrees before I noticed that it was no longer climbing. I restarted it and it refused to heat at all. Does any one know what might be wrong? Thanks in advance. Dan

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  • mmedvidik Sep 28, 2008

    I have the same problem. The over was working fine, then all of a sudden went cold and wouldn't relight. I just replaced the ignitor although when I took the old one out it didn't look broken. After replacing it, the oven lite immediately but heated for only a few minutes before it stopped working again. Now it won't relight. I think it has to be an electronic problem that causes the gas to shut off. My broiler and burners still work.

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Replace the oven glow bar igniter. If you post an exact model number (located on sticker behind lower drawer) I can give you a part number.

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