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    • Part Number: AP2022753
    • MFG Part Number: WB19K14
    • Made by: GE
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WB2X9154 this is my part number. I replaced the igniter but on the safety valve a blue wire came unloose and I dont know which side it plugs into the valve.

Lashun N

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top burners work but broiler or oven dont come on

Drb for Model Number JGBP288EA1AD

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My oven will heat up but then stop working in the middle of cooking. The ignitor glows orange but there doesn't seem to be gas flowing. There is no smell of natural gas. The top burners and broiler work but the oven does not...any ideas?? Thanks in advance.

Alex for Model Number GE Spectra Natural Gas Range XL144

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All burners and broiler work fine but. When you turn on the bake it comes with such force it shoots flame out of the burner, with so much pressure that it comes up through the bottom of oven. It is like it is unregulated pressure on just the oven bake side. It sounds like a blow torch going off. Can the safety valve be causing a pressure problem on just the bake side? Thanks!

Cliff for Model Number Kenmore- 3627556190

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I get no gas flow to neither the oven or the broiler. How do I look for the problem? The igniters look like they are okay.

Don for Model Number JGBP26WEA4WW

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Hi, We had this unit checked by a Sears tech last year. The oven will not initialize, but the broiler works fine. He said it need the folllowing part: "SUB VALVE CN". Is this another name for an "oven safety valve" or part # AP2022753? Please advise. Thanks, Mike

Mike for Model Number GE JGBP28BEA3AD

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Follow up from above: Is it possible for the valve to have an internal electronic failure? I get no voltage across the bake side. But I do get 110 (not 3.4 - 3.8AC) across the broil side when I test that, with the selector in it's respective positions. I ruled out the selector switch with a meter. I am, at this point, assuming an internal failure of the valve. Thanks.

Rob for Model Number AP2022753

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Is it possible for only one side of the valve to fail? Broiler works. Bake side doesn't. Replaced the igniter, which was obviously bad. Still won't work and no gas flow. Does the gas not flow if the igniter is bad? Thanks.

Rob for Model Number LGB356WEW3WW

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