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Hi Im Russle .I have problem .Can you help me ? GE oven mod#JGBP25GEN6AD the bake ignation doesn't to glow . I hav checed ignation , gas valve but I haven't wiring dia.... May be needs the rocker switch to be replaised . has the unit same termo FU ......? May kind regards.

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Hi Russle,

After a detailed discussion and the actions that you have already taken I would recomend for a replacement of the Rocker Switch. Its approximately 20$ and is worth it and would resolve the issue.

Thanks

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