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Oven not lighting

GE oven will not light. The display is working and the broiler works as well. When the oven is "on" I do not smell any gas though. I tried turning the oven on and lighting it with an ignitor, but nothing happened. Any suggestions.

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  • tedrush Jan 14, 2008

    I have the same problem. The owners manual suggested checking to make sure the gas switch under the oven is on. It is.



    There was no mention of an ignition switch. Where is this?

  • gayleR35 Jan 31, 2008

    The broiler works but the oven will not. Both ignitor elements seem to be seperate (one for oven and one for broiler). Could this be a simple 'fuse' issue? And, if so, where's the fuse?

  • keepupwithus Jun 13, 2008

    Same problem. The oven will not heat up. The broiler and burners work fine. Anyone know how to replace the ignitor?

  • denadog Mar 12, 2009

    Same problem. Broiler, burners work. Oven sits at 100 degrees and no gas is heard. Igniter looks to be about $67. Is it consumer replaceable?

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2009

    As with others, broiler works fine, stove top burners work fine, but oven will not light.

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Hi The gas valve will not open until the ignitor pulls enough amps around 3.2 . so from the infromation you wroke you may need a new ignitor..let me know what you can find out..

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