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Westinghouse oven no gas but supply and power is good

My oven will not light. Gas supply to other appliances is good and electric power is on. Fan light clock and ignition is working but no gas or smell when I push the knob for grill or oven for a long time

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Your subject line says dryer but the text is about a stove.... This applies to your stove. Check to see if something fell down the back of your stove, there usually is a gas shut off at the floor that may have been inadvertently turned off. You may have to pull out the stove slightly, to see behind the stove.

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