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The Electric starter in my gas GE stove will not click anymore. My oven and burners will not ignite. Please let me know where on my stove to find the ignitor. I would like to replace the part. Thanks, I appreciate your help!

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Check the power supply go to the Range.
Check for shorted wire.

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