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Oven My oven will no longer light but I can smell the gas when I turn it on.

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Try using a lighter, the type used for grills. Since you can smell gas, the gas valve is working but the egnitter that gives the spark to ignite the gas is apparently not working.
Usually is it not the igniter but the controller that controls the igniter. If using the lighter as suggested, and it lites, you probably will have to replace the igniter controller for the range

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Posted on Jun 09, 2008

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