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Basically my gas oven is not heating up properly, the temperature is not hot at all, and food is not getting cooked properly

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This is a milti burner unit / and sounds like the ignitors or weak / look below the oven door edge for a glow if orange there bad they need to be white hot .. burners may come on but not all the time .. ****

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