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Electric gas igniter stopped working it went pop and now none of the burners igniters work

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Replaced the ignitor on mine 10 mins ago.... Works like it's brand new. You have to remove the bake pan in the bottom of the stove, remove the drawer, and the sheet metal shield protection the connection. Entire job was 10 mins.

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The ignitor may be too weak to open the gas valve. If you have a volt/ohm meter capable of reading AMPS you can hook up to a ignitor wire and turn the oven ON. If you read less than 3.5 amps replace the ignitor. If 3.5 amps or more are read,replace the gas valve.

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SOUNDS LIKE U HAVE A WEAK BAKE IGNITIOR REPLACE THE BAKE IGNITIOR IT WILL SOLVE THIS ISSUE

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SOURCE: Gas Oven will not ignite. Broiler and burners

The ignitor for your oven is worn out and needs to be replaced.

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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