Question about Ovens
Hi, if this is a GAS range, the majority of the cases this problem is attributed to a bad igniter on the bake manifold. Each oven manifold (one for bake, one for broil) has its own igniter. They are both fed from the same gas source, though. So, if the broiler works, more than likely you simply need to replace the bake igniter. The following LINK explains....
The bake igniter tends to wear out faster, due to the frequency of use.
You can purchase replacements on line at searspartsdirect, appliancepartspros, pcappliancerepair, or repairclinic. Just use you model number as your search criteria.
This is a simple repair that anyone can do on their without the need of a service call.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Hi Chris Stewart - If the bake element and the top of the range works, but just not the heating element, then you possibly have a bad broiler element or connection. However, if you are experiencing other performance difficulties, then the control board may possibly be faulty and needs replacing. Consult a professional for an accurate diagnosis.
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