Question about Ovens
If the igniter is replaced but the problem is same then there are two possibilities that has to be checked.
1) Bad gas safety valve.
2) Bad control board.
To check this parts try this procedure:--
Remove the wires from the gas safety valve and check for continuity between the terminals. If there is no continuity then the gas safety valve has to be replaced.
If there is continuity then the control board (aka a clock) has gone bad.
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Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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