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If that is a gas stove which I believe it is then the most likely suspect is gonna be the ignitor. They get weak and won't draw enough amps to open the safety.A clamp on meter will confirm the ignitor is weak. It should draw 3.3 amps. I have included a couple videos that explain theory of operation and your stoves service manual. You need not bother with any gas carrying parts when making the repair.
The new part GE Ignitor WB13K0004
Hopefully this will save you some money.
XL 44 Service Manual
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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