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The newer GAS RANGES have a SAFETY switch on them that the gas will not flow if the ignitor is not functioning.

Check, your IGNITOR.

OH yes........... Check and make sure some one has not turned your gas off under the range or where it comes into the house. It could be damaged, or someone is playing a joke on you..

Good luck,


Estate Kitchen... | Answered on Dec 21, 2009

You seem to have the moxie and electronic test tools so why not try to get a schematic for unit? Appears to be your best bet. You can try a google search for it or try this site which often has electric schematics for appliances. Search Over 2 1 Million Appliance Parts

Estate Kitchen... | Answered on Sep 06, 2017

There should be a metal spring cip ring around the spindle of the knob which keeps it tight around the spindle on the switch. Sounds like its snapped. Compare it with one that works, they should just pull off and push back on, but with a little bit of resistance.

Estate Kitchen... | Answered on Nov 26, 2013

Experienced cooks maintain all ovens are different and it will take a while before you and your oven will get used to each other.

A thoroughly preheated electric oven has little temperature variation especially when the heat is circulated by a fan, in fact some ovens have a heating element at the bottom of what in reality is an insulated closed box. In this case the lower shelf could be the hottest - an electric oven might have two or more heating elements though a basic (budget) oven could have only a single element at the top so it can double as a grill and clearly the top shelf would be somewhat hotter...

A gas oven has the flame at the bottom to the rear of the box and it must be vented and so within the cabinet there are temperature variations in spite of the internal convection currents and these are broadly hottest at the top and coolest at the bottom and in addition there is likely to be variations between the farthest reaches and the door.

Kitchen Ranges | Answered on Dec 02, 2019

one might think to contact the manufacturer about the problem

Kitchen Ranges | Answered on Nov 23, 2019

With very limited information, I would suspect that a child lock has been turned on. If equipped you should see a “lock” symbol on the panel. If you see it press and hold it down for 5-8 seconds.

Kitchen Ranges | Answered on Nov 20, 2019

Please get this information from the supplier of your granite top.


Kitchen Ranges | Answered on Nov 18, 2019

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