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We have replaced a gas valve 3x and works fine for 2 mths then when ignitor tries to ignite, valve does not open and allow gas to burner manifold. Eventually heater quits operating.

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You need to have your gas pressure tested, it sounds like the gas pressure may be causing the failure. Should be around 14"WC or a little less.

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Since BOTH oven manifolds and surface burners are usually fed from the same source, this is probably the result of failed igniter(s) in the oven. This is assuming that your surface burners are working, or course. If you are trying to light the BAKE manifold, the broiler manifold is used on some model to speed up the pre-heat process. So, you may see the broiler attempt to light as well. If you have tried using only the broiler by itself and it still does not light, you may have a weak igniter on that manifold as well. Double check your symptoms.

If this is a GAS range, as these igniters age from repeated use, they can become weak and longer function. If you are experiencing ignition problems, the following link explains a little theory about how these igniters work and how to replace one:


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The burner manifolds in the oven each use a glow bar or electrode type igniter with a gas safety valve to ignite. Both oven manifolds are controlled by the Electronic Oven Control (EOC) board, which is your clock/timer on the control panel. If the surface burners work, but the oven does not, the problem is usually not a gas related issue. It can be a control board issue, but is usually a weak or failed oven igniter.

Replacement parts (if required) can be purchased at any of the following websites:

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Prices vary between these sites, so shop and compare. The first three sites listed also offer helpful exploded view diagrams to help you locate and properly identify the parts you need.

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(These instructions apply to an upflow installation. Turn 90* in appropriate direction for horizontal orientation. Only perform these steps if you are sufficiently qualified.) Turn off power & gas supply, loosen nearest union BETWEEN gas **** & furnace. Remove wires from gas control, noting where each one belongs. Remove cover from burner enclosure & remove 2 screws securing manifold to enclosure. Lift upward/outward to disengage manifold from enclosure & carefully move aside. Remove screws securing burner set, remove burners. Inspect burners for debris in passage and runner slots. Check manifold orifices for blockage (ants?), particularly the one facing burner nearest to ignitor. If debris is present inside burner enclosure, CAREFULLY remove with vacuum cleaner. AVOID ANY CONTACT WITH IGNITOR. Re-install burner set and manifold, assuring that manifold brackets engage correctly in slots AND all orifices engage fully into burner entrance, replace manifold screws. Reconnect wires to gas control, reconnect gas supply & turn gas on. Apply liquid soap to union, check for bubbles (indicates leakage - correct before proceeding). Re-install cover on burner enclosure. Turn on power supply and check unit operation. Pay particular attention when re-installing manifold to assure proper alignment of orifices into burners.
This will help. Thanks please keep updated.please do rate the solution positively .thank you for using fixya

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