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Frigidaire FGS379ECC I turned on the broiler to low and I could here the gas running and when I opened the door the gas then lit up it came about two feet out into the room. After the oven cooled down then we opened the door and turned it on again and you could see the glow plug turn red but the gas was running and did not light. Adalin

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Re: Frigidaire FGS379ECC

Adalin, this is a dangerous condition which requires diagnosis and replacement of safety components. I suggest you get a service person in.

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