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GE XL44 oven not working, but the broiler is...???

Our oven all of a sudden stopped working. The broiler and range units work just fine, but the oven does not at all. The ignitor in the oven (bake burner) does not turn on. I'm not sure if it's the ignitor or if it may be something else preventing the ignitor from firing up... any thoughts or suggestions? thanks! ;-)

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  • Anonymous Feb 11, 2009

    I have the same problem...where can I buy igniter??? Thx

  • buddytex Feb 14, 2009

    Having the same problem. I replaced the bake ignitor but it did not glow orange. There is current passing thru the wires. Could the new ignitor be bad?

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CHECK THE IGNITOR, IT SHOULD BE GLOWING ORANGE BEFORE GAS IGNITES. IF NO GLOW, REPLACE IGNITOR.

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