Question about Ovens
I looked up the model number you posted. Could not find it. You stove either has electric ignitor or pilot light. If it has a glow bar and the ignitor is glowing then it could be weak and that would cause intermittent ignition. Simply changing out the ignitor would fix it. If your stove has the pilot light then you must replace the gas valve. It has a thermocouple in it made of copper and nickle alloy. The heat generated from the pilot holds the bimetal inside the valve open. You can try cleaning around the pilot and reposition the thermocouple in the flame. If that don't do it you gonna need to replace the safety valve.
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