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I have recently heard of a woman starting a class action lawsuit in Vancouver bc supreme court check that out it may be related to your unit. other wise check the auto start function if it is faulty then get rid of unit asap for your safety
I was in the appliance repair service for over 40 years and I have seen this happen a few times.Why it happens I don't know. All you can do is check the cost of repair and decide to repair or replace entire range.Hope this answers your question.
Your best bet is to replace the board. ive actually not heard of anyone rebuilding a control board. To rebuild that board your gonna need a understanding of what each component does. . Personally I dont think its worth attempting to do. I do know that the board is costly. So whast can suggest is that you contact the manufacturer and see what they can do for you. If the range is less than a year old, most likely they will replace the control board at no cost to you.
NO, I would not recommend this at all. However, I have seen the stoves used without one of the inner glasses with no problems. I am a factory servicer for frigidaire and have seen people use these with one of the glasses broken and haven't seen a problem yet.
But again, it's not recommended.
Most likely has "ON PILOTS" As opposed to (electronic ignition/ Ignitors).. Change the stove to a more efficient model and being gas do "NOT" Do it yourself Period!.(Please)..Install should be tested and approved..
Call a local professional specialized in LP/Natural Gas Appliances. Flex lines on older Stoves tended to break down causing leaks as well as older construction codes where Black pipe feeds and shut-off valves break down after time. Sorry for the Negative info but Ive seen some Slum-lord homes in my days doing service calls.. Keep it shut off until you can get it fixed professionally..