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Oven doesn't work

Hello. The burners on top work, but the oven does not. Any ideas. I looked in the manual and it says to lift the top and re-light it. I can't get the top up though. Help!!

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  • sirans69 Sep 04, 2009

    Hello. It is a GE XL44.

  • sirans69 Sep 04, 2009

    Hello. The burners on top work, but the oven does not. Any ideas. I looked in the manual and it says to lift the top and re-light it. I can't get the top up though. It is a GE XL44. Help!!

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Just remove the medal things from on top of the stove itself and any other thing that might be in the heat area. Then you should be able to lift the top part of the stove up from the front where near the top, there should be a small gap. Start from that point and lift and it should come up. Then look for a pilot light as described in the manual and relight it and your stove should work.

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