Question about Ovens
First pull out the broiler pan and look into the boiler and in the very back you will see there is the receptacle or the pilot light assembly. You will simply stick a match up to the pilot light and "poof" the pilot light is lit. Now if it doesn't light, sometimes you can just move this a little bit and get a little bit gas flow through there and in this case, it did light properly. And then now test the oven. Push in on the valve and turn it.
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Posted on May 09, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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