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Where is the pilot light for the oven?

I smell gas and the pilot lights are on under the top surface, but I can't seem to find the pilot for the oven? Is it in the oven or broiler? I am renting an apartment and do not have a manual. But, it is a tappan. Also, the oven does not work.

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Look inside the oven where the burners come into the oven. Right at that point you should find the pilot light. Here is where you light the pilot.If you smell a lot of gas when you open the door, turn off the gas altogether and let it dissipate. Then turn ot on and then you can light it.

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