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36 inch range gas not flowing to both burners

When the oven is turned on the gas only flowed to the left oven burner, It was very erratic. I replaced the gas valve and now the gas flows more consistantly to the left side but not the right. I see a glow on both sides.
If I disconnect the wire that runs from the left burner to the gas valve the right side ignites and gas flow to it. Any thoughts

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I am having the same problem with my oven. One burner comes lights on just one side. Then the second one comes on. Just one side. After a while both side get lit. My concern is unburnt fuel coming out of the oven. Going to trying taking the burner out and cleaning the ports

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