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you will neeed a new ignitior
its a pretty easy repair
take out the racks
take out the bottom of the oven
you should see the ignitor
pull ou the drawer you will see the connection
make sure your very careful with the new one they are very brittlle
I'm not an expert, and I'm reading you're post while looking for a solution for our oven, so this is in no way should be taken as a suggested solution, it isn't!!!....here it is anyway: I think it might be a bad ignitor, I have replaced a couple on our stove and both times we had exactly the same symptoms you're experiencing, I think also we're in line for a third ignitor for this "less then 10 year old Magic Chef".