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Amana Oven Issue

The burners work fine.

When on Bake - the heating element is hot - but there is not enough - or no gas for the element to ignite. Can small a little gas.

When on Broil - only a small amount of gass is ignited (visible).

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  • britain Sep 29, 2008

    I have a similar problem with Amana gas/self cleaning oven. The stove top burners work fine, the broiler located at the top of the oven starts right up, but the oven doesn't ignite. When I turn the oven on, I can see that the heating element gets red hot, and I can smell gas, but it won't ignite. Any ideas. I've suspected that the oven has been gradually igniting more slowly. I'm suspecting that its not getting enough gas. Can't afford a fix it man just now. Any suggestions?

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