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I just replaced the ignitor in the oven and it worked, but the oven got to about 500 degrees and would not shut off. Could I have shorted the gas valve?

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Hi, Leesa.

Most likely it's not a gas valve. To provide you with more assistance we need the complete model number of the unit.

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Most likely it's not a gas valve. To provide you with more assistance we need the complete model number of the unit.

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The model number is JGBT32GEL2WH
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Most likely it's not a gas valve. To provide you with more assistance we need the complete model number of the unit.

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Thermostat? Wired wrong?
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Sorry that model # is JGBP32GEL2WH
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You need to check if the ignitor wires insulation is not damaged and bare wires not touching the cabinet. Then check the ignitor connector plug. If you have a multimeter then check the oven sensor resistance. At room temperature you should have about 1100 ohms. If all of this checks OK, then most likely it's a defective control board. It looks like this part is no longer available.

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