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Most Frequent Causes for Oven won't turn on. ... The igniter is the most commonly defective part for a gas oven that won't turn on. ... For bake & broil burner ignition anoven burner spark electrode is used to ignite the gas.
It could possibly be you are not getting 240 volts to the range. The top igniter may be getting a current back through the other side of the 240 circuit and that is why it works when the oven is turned on but the oven will not be getting power to heat. Have the 240 circuit checked or make sure the circuit breakers are reset correctly.
Find someone with a good electrical meter and have them test the sockets to see if there is any electricity to the burners. Also, check each burner and check for continuity through the burner itself. These elements can all burn out, I've see it happen. Be blesssed.
I suggest that you remove the upper and lower heating elements to the oven, turn the oven switch to on, then use a good digital voltmeter, and check the plug that the lower heating element was in. If you have good (200 volts or more) then purchase and install new heating elements. Turn the oven switch to Broil setting and check the same way for the top heating element.
Hi, sounds like your oven is a 240 volt electric. One of your fuses is still blown. 240 volts requires 2 hot legs and obviously you have only one. When you turn on a burner, it completes the circuit to your light. Bottom line, you only have 120 volts to your oven, check the breakers or fuses. Good luck!
Sound`s to me you need a new hot surface ignitor. Sorry to hear you may have changed the valve & regulator for nothing, but that happen`s quite often when you get the symptom`s you`ve described, I`ve even seen tech`s. do it. The reality is 9 times out of 10 when a hot surface ignition gas/lpg oven won`t light it is the ignitor.
Pick up part number 74007498 for approx. $40 and you`ll be cooking.
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