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Oven doesn't become hot.

The oven doesn't work from 3days ago.But I have no idea what happened to the oven.My roommate fixed the cover of oven.Because the part of the oven door changed color, she painted it again. She removed a door from the main body of the oven then. Will it be any cause?
And I also smell of gas around the gas table.

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Call the gas company

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