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Our Whirlpool Accubake oven electric starter (for bake) is clicking, but will not light the gas element for baking...It will light with a match...The broil starter and element work as should...Any ideas???...Thank you...Paul...

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The ignitor started working after I disassembled the cover and put it back...Thank you for your followup...Paul...

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