Question about Kenmore 79012 / 79014 / 79019 Gas Kitchen Range
Connected it up, turned on the shut off valve per instructions, burners all work well, no broiler or oven gas lights, ignitors glow bright. Not rocket science, push bake, set terperature for oven, push broil, push hi or low, whats up ?
I would look into the valve/regulater at which you connected the gas line, off to the side or somewhere on the regulater itself there should be a shut off for the oven control, simply flick to open positon and you should start right up. it would shut off gas to oven but allow burners to light.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
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I had the same problem and the first step you should take is to replace the bake ignitor, you most likely to have a weak ignitor. If this doesn´t solve your problem, than your gas valve is failing. Despite the broiler is ok, the gas valve has independent channels for bake and broiler, so it´s possible for one to fail and the other is good. But i believe that changing nthe ignitor will solve it.
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