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We have a Delonghi DTC95 DF FSD oven/ range and the thermostat pilot light bulbs are not coming on although the oven is working correctly. Can these be replaced?

We have taken the screws out of the front plate that house the bulbs but cannot remove it

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i cannot look up the part diag. for the model you provided( no model exests), but for the most part, its a mater of unscrewing the burner heads fromthe maintop to allow yo to lift teh top further back, by lifting without uinscrewing them, you runn the chance of kinking/ loosing the gas fittings leading to them. In which case yooull wind up unscrewing htem anyway to repair the leak. As far as the capillary tube, it shoud push right through te opening in cavity where old one comes out

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Ok get a Service Manual, and the Sensor, and it is not too hard.

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