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Oven igniter resistance is not important as long as it has some.

More important is a current drawn by igniter. For a flat igniter it suppose to be between 3.2 amps to 3.6 amps.

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You can learn how a flat oven igniter works from one of previous posts: Oven won't lite?

Most of flat oven igniters (excluding igniters with blue ceramic) are interchangeable. Both oven igniters you've mentioned in your previous posts are good for your oven.

- The part number for the gas safety valve is AP2131109

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gene, thanks for the reply !! i just ordered a safety valve. i almost bought a new gas range, but i'll give it one last try .. thanks again
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thanks again for your help!! i installed the new safety valve today and the oven fired up. all is well that ends well!!
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We are glad you were able to fix it.

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