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I have a Maytag gas oven-MGR5775QDS, SER. 17348179EP. The oven will not fire up. I replaced the heat element/igniter about 2 years ago. The stove works. There is gas.The broiler works What do you think. Thank you

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It seems that the gas is not reaching the oven because of which it is not firing up. The igniter is fine as the stove works fine, the gas is there as the stove works. The only things common being the gas and igniter. hence it is the gas that is not reaching the oven. Please change the gas line to the oven. Unless there is a separate igniter for the oven, you would have known.

Posted on Jun 07, 2010

  • djweg67 Jun 08, 2010

    Shelia, the oven have a ceramic igniter/glow element that fires the gas for the oven. This is what I replaced about 2 years ago. I could see that the old one was burnt out. It is very facile.

  • Rinoo Kumari Jun 08, 2010

    In that case it may be the gas line that is blocked for some reason. Please clean the nozzle in the oven as that could have been blocked due to fumes from the cooking.

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