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How old is the oven? Did this problem just start? If this is an older oven, and it started having this problem recently, it sounds like the door is bent slightly. Enough to keep the light on. Anyone put weight on the open door, (or as I saw once, someone trip and land on an open dishwasher door, which didn't shut properly afterwards) You can get a piece of paper, put it at the top corner of the door opening, try pulling it out. Try this all around the opening, you should be able to tell where it doesn't close properly. U might be able to 'tweek' it, by trying to bend it to close tighter at the largest gap, BUT this could make it worse, or if it has a glass panel, u might break it. So, tweek at your own risk. countrycurt0
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
SOURCE: gas oven won"t stay lit
you eaither have a bad regulator from the tank to the house or you have a bad appliance regulator behind your appliance you would need to check the pressure at the appliance if it is propane you should have between 10-14'' of water colum or if it is nat-gas it should be 4-7'' of w/c
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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