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    • Part Number: AP3206207
    • MFG Part Number: WB21T10014
    • Made by: GE
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Where is the wb21t10014 gas valve located in the ge profile oven?

Kurt for Model Number Pgs975seam

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Recently, I moved back into a home that I had rented for almost two years. One thing I found was, the oven would have a gas smell when operating. Eventually, the oven would not maintain temp...the flame wouldn't reduce after reaching temp setting and I could smell a faint odor of gas. I have now started troubleshooting and upon turning on the gas supply valve (I had it turned off for safety as I didn't have the time to investigate at that time), I can hear the gas inside the stove hissing when nothing (except the supply valve)has been turned on...the oven was even unplugged. I shut off the gas, again, and removed the valve from the back of the oven... Part# Y-30148-23 (or NC-4175-5) looking to replace it as this is the only solution my limited experience in appliances can deduce. I guess I'm wanting to confirm this as the problem/solution before I order parts as I'm not an appliance repairman...just a well-rounded, mechanically inclined humble carpenter.

Doc for Model Number JGSP28BEK4BB

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The broiler on this range will not operate on high. I replaced the igniter and the broiler lights fine but will only produce a low flame even when the button for high is activated.

Chris for Model Number GE jgs968-soh2ss

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My oven does not maintain the temperature. I do not know if its the thermostate or ingnitor and where is the thermostat?

Margaret I for Model Number jGSP48bOH3bb

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My GE gas range comes up to temp fine then starts to re-ignite causing mini blasts inside the oven. GE replaced the ignitor but the oven still keeps re-igniting while in use.I am scared the oven could blow. It gets hot fine then smells like gas and has mini blasts especially when you open the door. Thanks in advance.

Roy Md for Model Number pgs968sem1ss

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We replaced the oven igniter and it works great now. We can still smell propane in oven. We checked for leaks but could find none.

Don for Model Number jgsp28sek2ss

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Oven igniter glowing, but oven sometimes takes 45 minutes to light, and very slight oder of propane.

Don for Model Number jgsp28sek2ss

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Replaced ignitor in oven and broiler. Oven works but broiler doesn't glow and no gas flow occurs.

Patti for Model Number PGS975

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Oven the Igniter is new. However no gas flow and the Igniter does not Glow. Broiler works

John for Model Number JGSP48BOH3BB

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Should the hot surface ignitor remain glowing after the burner is lit? it appears that the HSI glows as long as there is a call for burner heat. This happens to the broiler also ,which is a a separate burner/HSI. The amp draw for tha HSI is 3.6-3.8amps @128VAC. can this be correct, or is the module/gas valve bad?

Steve H. for Model Number GE#JGSP28BEK2BB

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