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GE XL44 oven will not work.

Glow light turns on but flame does not ignite. Oven is about 10 yrs old.

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Replace the [Glow light] the ignitor same thing, you see the ignitor most be super hot to open the safety valve.I have fix that problem many times before, very comment problem.

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