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Step 1: Turn off the power supply, both gas and electric, to the range. Then remove the burner.
Step 2: Soak the burner in a solution of mild household detergent and water. Clean it with a soft cloth.
Step 3: Clear the gas ports with a pin or needle, rinse the burner, and let it dry. Caution: Do
not use a toothpick or matchstick to clean the gas ports. If the tip of
the wood gets stuck in the burner ports, it could cause a serious
Step 4: When the burner is completely dry, replace it, and turn on the power and the gas supply.
An oven that won't heat can occur for a variety of reasons.
Is this a gas unit? There maybe a problem with the burner ignitor, it looks like a glow bar, if it is on it's way out, you will start to get intermittent operation, it should draw at least 3.2 amps, and is located right next to the bake burner itself, if this is an electric oven then there are a multitude of problems that may exist
Hi, Even tho the ignitor is glowing, it can be bad. It has to pull enough amps to open the gas valve. This is very common problem. I can get you the part and or prices if you could get me the model#
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