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Re: double oven willnot light
Peace, ngafm at your service,
It sounds like a bad igniter in that oven or a bad gas valve restricting the gas flow in that particular oven.
Unfortunately this will require hands on service!
How old is this wall oven? ngafm
Please give me a good rating before you sign of! If the appliance is 10 years old or more you may not be advisable to put good money into bad! New appliances are so much more efficient today that they can save you a lot of money in energy!!!! You need a hands on tech for this repair!
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most common issue wsith these gas wall ovens is faulty ignitors, i would reccomnd replaing the ignitor(s). that being said i wouuld also reccomned a servicer with experience on this model for they can be a more tricky then ohter ranges out there, and the possiblity of "shorting out" adddiont al parts is higher on this model! and no one is currently producing a double self cleaning, full sized gas wall oven, so id hate to see you ruin this one!!!
Chances are your hot surface ignitor is bad. Take off the bottom panel inside the oven you will have to removes grills also. You will see a center beam under the panel that is where the flames of your burner are. The hot surface ignitor is right there at the start of the burners. As a test turn the oven on and notice it hot surface ignitor glows. If it didn't glow then it needs to be replaced. Easy fix only held on by two small screws 1/4 size nut runner and two wires. You will have to cut the wires as they run back into the back of the oven. The new one just take the wire nuts that come with it and attach. Don't make the wires too short as you will need the length. let me know how it goes ken
Check the voltage on the 2 wires going to the oven gas valve. If you get 120v when the ignitor is on with no gas coming out, you have a bad gas valve. If you get voltage, but it is not much, it is the ignitor. The ignitors don't burn out completely on the ovens, they just get a little dim and no longer ignite the gas and eventually will not turn on the gas valve