Question about Dynasty DGRSC 36-4CB Gas Kitchen Range
I have a 36" Dynasty range with griddle. The oven stopped working yesterday, while everything else is working fine. I took the bottom pan out and noticed the ignitors weren't lighting up and there is no smell of gas, so I assume the gas is not flowing. Any idea what's wrong? I'm fairly handy. Is this a something I can fix on my own if I had the part?
Bad oven ignitor, to check it, turn on the oven, check Voltage on 2 ignitor wires, it should have approx. 110v, if yes, change the oven ignitor, if not then check oven safety valve of oven thermostat, but 90% is the oven thermostat. also make sure the oven tube is not corroded at the ignitor area, if so, change the oven at the same time. Have fun.
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
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