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OVEN WON'T STAY LITE MOST OF TIME & DOESN'T HEAT WELL:

DCS 24G 60" RANGE W/6 BURNERS, 24" THERMOSTATIC GRILLE, TWO FULL SIZE OVENS-S/S W/BACK AND OVERSHELF. OVENS WON'T STAY LITE MOST OF THE TIME, WHEN THEY NEVER DO HEAT WELL. PURCHASED IN 2002, NEVER HAS WORKED WELL ACCORDING TO MY COOKS. IS THIS PROBLEM FIXABLE?

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Most problems with gas ranges have to do with the flame—either it isn't quite right or it's nonexistent. Many new gas ranges have "electronic ignition," a spark igniter that starts the flame as gas flows through the burners f, when you turn on a burner, it fails to spark but you hear sparking at other burners, the igniter or the burner switch probably needs replacement by an appliance repairperson. If your range has a pilot light, be sure the pilot light is lit.

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