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The oven turns on but the burners don't. already cleaned them but no luck. he oven is receiving gas but not the burners.

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The only way the burners could not receive gas is if the lock-out is activiated (also known as: child safe mode) . Most people (when the burners do not work) say that they here the gas hissing from the burner but it will not light, hiwever you say that no gas is hissing from the burners, therefore must be the lock-out. To unlock, look in your operation manual because there are a few different ways to do this.
One common way is to hold a particular button for 3 full seconds; some models have a button with a lock picture, others tell you to hold the stop/clear button or the light button for the 3 seconds. If this does not activate the burners, you have a malfunction of the lock-out valve or the control board or a wire connection gone bad between these items, and this will require a techperson to trouble shoot it. GOODLUCK, MACGIVOR

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I am sorry Sandan2. I didn't finish reading your question. Never mind on what I said here.

If the burners will not shut off sometimes, then there could a gas regulator problem.



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