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You may have a pilotless ignition.Check around door frames for model #plate. Also , open broiler door ,turn on oven and look inside . If you see an orange glow appear after awhile, that is the electronic igniter and you have an electronic ignition(no pilot).In this case the top burners use a spark ignition system.If you don,t hear clicking when you turn on a burner your ignition module might be bad. Easily fixed though.
Can you clarify a couple of things for me please: Is this a gas hob and gas oven, or is the oven electric? If it is gas, does it have a pilot light? (and is the pilot light on?) If gas, does the oven light for a moment and then go out or does it not even light?
is it electronic iginition? are you asking about top burner pilots? if so there are under the top in the middle beteen each side of the burners 1 pilot does burners on right and 1 on left. oven pilots are underneath you have to remove bottom door look in there at back and look up and you'll see it. if its a electronis ignition range you have no pilots!! glow coils and sparkers....
In general lets be clear. The OVEN pilot is located under the oven door at the top of the Broiler.It is a small piece of metal just before the GAS safety Valve which acts on temperature so gas won't flow unless Pilot is lit,That's the OVEN PILOT.The stove's RANGE is the top burners where you heat Pots and Pans.It has either 2 Pilot lights that connect the burners to the Flame they are under the Range Top.Newer Models use electronic ignitions no flame.Please note if you had your stove/oven disconected or Gas off when you turn it back on there will be air in the line that needs to escape before you light.This is why in NYC when Utility Co.works on steet main the MUST re-light your appliances.Be Careful with Gas.Good Luck.
1 of 2 things will normally happen and most of the time both things will break. You have two main componets that will wear out 1)your igniter 2)the gas burner tube. Usually what will happen is the gas burner tube allows gas to come out of 3 very small holes-over time and with help from grease, the 3 small holes will turn into a large hole and will allow too much gas to come out and it will destroy your igniter also. Luckly RepairClinic.com sells both pieces in a kit. You can check you igniter with multimeter for continuity (if it is broke-safety kicks in and wont allow gas to work).
Lift the top lid and look for a cylinder or something similar with tubing going into it there should be a button of some sort on the side. if you are lucky the button will have a red cap on it. press the button in and light the pilot inside the oven. hold the button for a minute or so until the pilot stays on. kind of like lighting a water heater.