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Amana gas range oven wont light

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  • rsanfel Mar 29, 2009

    The oven worked fine yesterday, today it didn't come on. I did not smell gas, it just failed to work. It is an Amana free standing oven and range. The range stills works fine. Thoughts?

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I fixed my oven by first while the igniter was glowing i tapped the silver part where the gas line is attached and the oven went oni look on line ordered the part and installed it my self part was $90.00 took about 30 min to replace but works fine now. it is a gas valve PartSelect #: PS1505196 Compare At: $96.90 Your Price: $80.75 You Save: $16.25 Availability: In Stock

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My Amana oven will not light, the electric ignitor comes on, but it will not ignite the burner for it to come on. What do you think the problem may be?

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