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Ge spectra xl44

The oven gets up to temperature and then the temp just falls. It's very erratic (sometimes it works). Could it be the temp sensor or the ignitor? Also the temperature lights stay on. If I reset the lights then it seems to work better.

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It was the igniter. The gas would go higher and then lower. The oven would take an hour to heat up. The new igniter did the trick. Thanks for your help and that link to the new part.

Posted on Mar 26, 2007

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