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Oven does not heat up - occasional gas smell

Amana args 7650ww - checked and the oven igniter is still good.

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  • Anonymous Feb 28, 2009

    The oven takes forever to heat up ( The gas oven burner doesn't turn on) so I put the broiler on to heat up the oven and when it's about 300 degrees I put the oven on and eventually the oven burner will kick on. It sucks (model number Amana ARGS7650WW)

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You have bad ovne ignitors( bake iginitor is no good

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