My range is 6 yrs old and it either heats to desired temp and then loses heat almost like it just shuts off. Or it takes forever to preheat and then still does not maintain heat. I teried to clean as it is self-cleaning and that worked fine. Any ideas??
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The inside of igniter has a probe that is heated, When it is time to light, the solenoid opens gas valve and allows gas, then that heated probe ignites the flame. After temp is reached fuel is shut off.
Turn the gas supply valve off to the oven. Remove the oven racks and base to access the burner and igniter. Place a clamp on amp meter on one wire of the ignitor. Turn the oven control on and let the ignitor heat up. If the amp draw is less than 3.0 amps,replace the ignitor.
the button your holding is the switch that tells the board that the consumer whats to bake.so if holding the switch causes that message to work[or oven to heat] and letting go of that button ,then no work .its that button ,but its all part of the board .just that part of its funktion is broken.,if it was lets say your oven ignitor or oven gas safty valve ,the board/oven control[the one with the button]would continue to try after you have selected bake [pushed button]or would give error code.hope that helps you. God bless you , tom