We purchased a GE Profile JGBP90MEA3BC gas oven about 8 years ago. We used the broiler all of about 5 times before it quit working. That was probably 7 years ago. Well, yesterday the oven quit working, so I pulled out the igniters for both the oven and broiler. I tested them with a DMM and they both showed no resistance. The broiler one was obviously broken because pieces of the internal element were falling out of it. So I bought new ones and reinstalled them. The oven works fine now, but the broiler still doesn't work. Now I'm thinking it might be the controller board or blown fuse?? Any suggestions? It would be really nice to have the broiler working again.
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If you can smell the gas when you turn on the oven, it may be on a separate igniter that has gone bad. I would check this first. If you are not getting gas to the oven, there is possibly an issue with the supply line.
I'm not an expert, and I'm reading you're post while looking for a solution for our oven, so this is in no way should be taken as a suggested solution, it isn't!!!....here it is anyway: I think it might be a bad ignitor, I have replaced a couple on our stove and both times we had exactly the same symptoms you're experiencing, I think also we're in line for a third ignitor for this "less then 10 year old Magic Chef".