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Oven does not work

I was told by a repairman that the ignitor is bad. The inner glass on the door is also shattered. Repair was quoted over $600. It seems worth it to try and fix both myself. I am moderately handy. Any advice or warnings?Any advice on what parts to order to make job easier like new seal around glass etc. Thanks for your help

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Dont know excatly what model number your working on, but the job is relativly simple in nature. Be sure unit is unplugged, you will have to chase the wires coming out of the ignitor. Be sure they get back on the correct terminals. The door will need to be removed, and placed somewhere sturdy. Be sure you look over everything to be sure you dont remove something that doesnt need be. Also, use caution if your hinges are mouted in the door itself.

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