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They are not that hard to replace, BUT REMEMBER TO TURN THE GAS VALVE OFF FIRST. You will need a few small wrenches and some patience - along with some bengay since you will be acting like a controtionist.
This could be two possible problems. The igniter maybe bad, but doubt it. The igniter works both the oven and broiler, I believe on this model. The first thing I suspect is the switch in your wiring harness. The harness has a switch attached to it for each manifold. The switch for your oven maybe out. Go to this site for diagram of parts: https://www.maytag.com/digitalassets/MLPDF/Repair%20Part%20List%20-%20W10282172.pdf
First I want to commend you for your giving us good information to start with! So-- we know we have gas, and we know the Broiler Valve and ignitor works-- Good observation!
However-- we have no ignitor (No bright red/Yellow glow)-- like you go for the Broiler-- right?
Well, we can NOT get ignition on the main burner-- unless we have the ignitor for the main burner getting hot, and then the gas valve to that burner can light, and give you heat...
Soo-- Likely we have an ignitor failure for the Main burner---
Do you have a warranty on the stove? Do you have a service person qualified to tackle this job? There will be electrical work, and parts obtainment issues to deal with now--- I suggest you call the local service people for this stove, and tell that that you need to have the main gas burner ignotor replaced for this stove model number-- and see what they tell you.