Question about Ovens
The ignitor may have to be replaced and placed in a spot that ignites the gas. There should be a safety feature known as a thermocoupler that doesn't allow the gas to go to the next room when it doesn't light, I would think. Kind of like a gas water heater's.
I would have an appliance professional fix this one for you. Don't want any gas explosions, you know.
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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