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    • Part Number: AP2022753
    • MFG Part Number: WB19K14
    • Made by: GE
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The top burners work fine but the stove comes on by itself and won't shut off.

Doug for Model Number ge XL 44

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Neither the oven nor the broiler are coming on (the burners are coming on) but when I checked with the multi-meter, I'm getting no voltage reading. I thought the dual safety valve was the problem, but before I order that part, I'm wondering if it's something else. Thanks ~ Chuck

Chuck for Model Number 362.75876690 (Kenmore oven)

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Top burners and broiler work but not the bottom oven.

Art O. for Model Number JGBP85WEA2WW

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The bake burner has like an air adjuster on it and it is completely open. Can this be adjusted ?

Betsy for Model Number JGBP35WEV1WW

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Top burners and broilers are fine but oven won't lite.

Dave for Model Number Jgbp31wec4ww

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The top oven and broiler does not com on but the bottom oven works. I hear it click to turn on but nothing happens. The igniters look fine...could it be the safety valve?

Lall for Model Number MGR6772BDB

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When setting the oven temperature to: ie 425, 400, or 385, it never reaches the set temperature. 325 to 350 is about as high as it will go. An honest and experienced resolve would be most welcomed. Thank you.

Keith for Model Number JGBP35WEV4WW

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We noticed a burning smell from inside the oven to find a small standing flame near the air shutter adjustment at the broiler. Even when unplugging the stove the flame stays on. Im figuring its the safety valve not closing right or something stuck in it? Thanks .

Joe for Model Number Jgbpweb2ww

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Hi there and Happy Holidays, I have a GE Oven, Model JGBP30WEV4WW. While the oven was on, we smelled a gas odor. We did not notice the issue when the stove top burners were on. We contacted the local gas company who came out to inspect it. They said it was not a gas supply leak but it was an oven part that was causing the smell/leakage. They noted that it was the "safety" which was also making a quick "thup-thup-thup" continuous noise. Does this seem accurate? If so, is Oven Safety Valve, Dual Type P/N AP2022753 the correct item to fix this issue? Thanks, Mark

Mark L. for Model Number JGBP30WEV4WW

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Top burners and broil work. When I turn on the oven, the ignitor glows strong, and the oven lights. After about 10 seconds, the flame sputters, I hear a vibrating noise, and the flame goes on and off in rapid succession. I tap the safety valve or lines lightly, the flame gets strong again but only for a second. Can the valve go bad even if the broiler still works? What connections should I use to check continuity? What readings should I look for? Should I leave the wires attached to the valve when I do this? Thanks!

Pat F for Model Number GE Model No. JGBP90MEB6BC

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