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Oven door blew open, late ignition and broke the door

Lucky my wife had just moved out from in front of range or she could have been injured severly. Gas build up no ignition. Also burners sputter on med heat.
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Call the gas company have them come and look at the system since it built up presssure and blew the door pen is not something you want anyone online talking to you about. Or get a tech this is a very serious problem and thankfully no one was injured in this situation

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