Question about Ovens
If it is a glow bar or hot surface igniter it is very likely that the igniter is bad. This is fairly common. You can check the igniter for continuity if it is open then it is the problem. If it has continuity it may still be the problem but there may be a problem with the oven thermostat or electronic control. This would be best referred to a qualified service tech
Posted on Nov 20, 2013
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