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I have a Jenn-air nat. gas stove Model # SCG202000W the lower oven burner takes very long time to ingnite then it only has avery small flame less then 1/4", the top broiler burner works fine so do all the top burners. seems like no little or no gas is getting through.

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  • jpdj Apr 12, 2008

    I have already checked that and also the jet is clear now there is no light off at all.

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I think there are obstacles in the tiny holes ...
take a small pin and clean it and have a check is the gas is getting through it...

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Posted on Apr 12, 2008

  • Dileep Keshavanarayana
    Dileep Keshavanarayana Apr 12, 2008

    the pipe from which the gas comes near that burner is having some obstacles in between it ...

    the other burner is working fine as there will deviation of the pipes to the different burners the other burner s pipe s deviation is clear in path ...
    while from which you are getting small flame there in that pipe deviation there is some problem i think due to obstacles ...
    open that and clean that also then have a look...

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