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Old 12-26-2011, 05:31 PM
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I didn't realize this oven had two ignitors, one on the top of the oven above the broiler burner and one below the bottom plate of the oven for the oven burner. So, since I already replaced the broiler ignitor unnecessarily, I then replaced the oven ignitor with the old working broiler ignitor. I tested the new (old) ignitor without the gas on and the ignitor energized but now I have to reinstall the bottom plate, plug the stove back in and turn the gas back on so I can see if that did the trick. I'm still concerned about the gas smell I smelled before and was wondering if I should be bleeding the gas line a little or something before I test the ignitor with the gas turned on. Any tips on how to proceed? Thanks, AC
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