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I have 2 problems. The first is that the oven, every minute and 10 seconds or so, has to reignite itself. This goes on constantly for the duration of the cook time. Now a new problem has just occured. The rear right igniter on the stove just started constantly firing about 10 minutes ago and hasn't stopped.

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The first problem - I am not sure this is a problem - it is normal for ovens during cooking to cycling on or off several times. Is this something you notice recently or this is the first time you have ever noticed this.

The second - this may be happenning because the microswitch at the knob may be deffective (constantly on) check this and the wiring harness to make sure nothing is shorting out

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Posted on Oct 01, 2008

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