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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: GE TrueTemp Gas Stove
Not sure that I can help but will give it a go. Often the igniter plastic covering comes off the wiring from the heat of the oven and the igniter arcs on a metal surface on the oven. I had this problem with a gas oven I had. Check along the igniter wiring to see if it is arcing. Best way to find it is to firstly locate the wiring then ignite the oven WITHOUT THE GAS ON. If it is arcing you should be able to see a little flash. Check to make sure it is flashing at the right spot first near the pilot. Easiest way to rectify this problem is to wind electrical tape around the igniter providing you can get to the wire. If you have to pull out the igniter you can buy a plastic product called Heatshrink from places like Tandy or Electrical Hardware Stores. Just put some Heatshrink or Electricians Tape around it and it should solve the problem. Only other thing it could be is the igniter needs replacing. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 28, 2008
SOURCE: GE Profile JGB916
LP or natural? Are the valves set correctly for such and the regulator value changed if a different gas is used than what the manufacturer set the stove up as?
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
If it was used with LP and you are using it with natural, did you change everthing back over to natural gas settings? Orfices, regulator cap, and oven orfice?
It could be a pressure issue.
Please let me know if I can assist you further.
Posted on May 30, 2009
SOURCE: I need to ge my stove lit
Does it have electronic ignition (clicking sound when starting) if it doesnt and you have an older model you may need to re light the pilot? Also make sure your getting gas to the unit (you will hear a hissing sound when the burners are turned on) try using a match to light the burner
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
Remote receivers are always a problem...I would get rid of that....you can work it manually with the on/off knob by jumpering the 2 contacts that the remote was using...or you can run 2 new wires from the same contacts and install either a switch on the wall or a thermostat...if the wires are burnt I would also check and make sure the Vent/chimney is functioning properly and not plugged before putting it back into operation
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
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