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Baxter oven ov210g-m2b 1994 has been on all morning creeping up to 71 degrees at 11:00, pressure washed walls this weekend, tried to cover every thing. Cathy 216-991-7500. Any local repair suggestions?

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replace the ignitor. these will get a hairline crack in them and will not show proper resistance to allow the valve to turn on and let gas start flowing.

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