The oven doesn't work - not even the display. I checked the circuit breaker. It is fine and is delivering 237v. The gas burners work fine. Is there a fuse or something else that I can check in the unit, or is this a job for a repairman?
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Check your circuit breakers, they should be double breakers. Probably 30 to 50 AMP. Sometimes one side of a double breaker will trip or fail. This will give the appliance 120 volts instead of 220. The "leg" of the 220 volt circuit that is out might control the stove's display, and the oven would not work on 120 volts. If the burners aren't as hot as they should be, or are slow in heating up it would also indicate a faulty breaker If it's not the breakers it's likely a problem in the stove circuitry.
I would go back to where you purchased it and see if they can repair it under warranty. If you have had it to long then oops you may have to pay for it. I doubt there is anything missing form the circuit board.
13 is the ignitor which even if it glows could be weak, It must pull at least 3.5 amps to open the gas safety valve. The spark module(number 22) could also be weak and not putting out enough juice to light them burners. Seen it.
If the over glows when trying to turn it on then you have a bad gas valve in the oven, If it doesn't glow when you try to turn it on the you have a bad ignitor, the glow may need to be checked by removing the bottom pan on the inside of the oven.
pull out the racks and remove the bottom floor of the oven,turn it on bake,if the ignitor doesn't glow most likely it's bad,if it does glow and it doesn't ignite within 40 to 60 seconds the ignitor is bad.even though it glows doesn't mean it's good,it works by amps.it takes 3.2 amps.for a flat ignitor to open the gas valve and 2.5 amps for a round ignitor to open the gas valve.