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Oven Pilot How can I replace the oven pilot in a GAS Stove?

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Open at the back cover , unscrew bulb /bring sample to appliance center , screw the bulb ,test oven then ok.

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Hi, The ignitor is getting weak and will not open the gas valve. Replace the ignitor and you will be back in business. This is a very common problem with the gas ovens.
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