Question about Ovens
Reset your “time cook” function if your oven has one. They are often set wrong and prevent the oven from coming on. Service professional see this problem often, much to the homeowner's embarrassment!
Make sure the stove is plugged in and you have power to the outlet. Electronic ignition systems and some standing pilots need electricity to operate.
Check the oven ignition fuse. You’ll need your owner’s manual to locate it. If blown replace it.
Check the pilot, if your oven has one. If it's out, clean and relight it according to the manufacturer's directions. If you're unsure how, call a service professional.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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