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Re: MISSING PART OF MY XL44 OVEN
Hello, ammar738 Welcome to Fixya,
YOU SAID, YOU WANT TO BUY OVEN SAFETY VALVE, DUAL TYPE. BUT THE PROBLEM IT IS NOT
IN MY COUNTRY (YEMEN) FORM WHERE I CAN BUY IT? INF: GE XL44 MODEL
NO.JGBP28BEA2WH PLEASE HELP.
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HI. This will be the fault of a failed dual oven safety control valve. This is a new type of valve control device, that dose not rely on a coil controlled assembly. This control valve is damaged, thus, causing the issues you are experiencing. This mechanical failure will require you to replace this control valve, asap.
You might try http://www.appliance-parts.com/customers/index.htm which is the CE Sundberg Co. Looks like you are after a
WB19K14 which they currently have 4 on hand at their main office in Chicago, plus several at some of their other branches. There is a tab on the web site for persons interested in obtaining parts for export. Hope this helps.
Only 81/2!! most are only expected to give you 5 good yrs anything else is extras. Your problem may be a defective gas valve (safety valve). Also it may be a defective ignitor - the more likely to go bad (if replacing stuff replace ignitor before safety valve. is there a glowing in the oven? does the flames come on any at all?
I'm assuming the top burners work, correct? Do you
still have your Owner's manual? If so, go to the "Troubleshooting
Tips" section and look under the "Surface Burners Light but Oven Does
Not" tips. Follow the guidance provided. You may have a gas
safety valve that is turned off.
If you do not have an owner's manual, you can go to geappliances.com.
Click in the Search window and go to "Use and Care Manuals. Then,
type in your model number in the adjacent window. You manual is available
there in .pdf format. You can download a copy if you like. Make
sure you have Adobe Acrobat reader in order to view it.
Now, if it's not as simple as a gas safety valve turned off, you may have two
igniters that have gone bad at the same time. It is not common, but I
have seen this happen before. Just because an igniter glows does not
necessarily mean it is good. Click on the link below to learn about oven