There is power to the clock, the iginitor is brand new from appliance parts. could it still be damaged? is there anything else that it could be?
Answer Steve, The igniter could have gotten damaged in shipping, they are pretty fragile. You can check the igniter for 85 to 95 ohms resistance with a multi meter. Then you'll need to check for 120 VAC out from the clock to the igniter when a bake or broil selection is made. Because you have voltage into the clock, it doesn't mean you have voltage out of the clock.
Starting up oven sometimes works and then sometimes won't.Oven igniter works.Iseewhite sparks
Answer Buhbuh, Is there any problems with the cooktop burners igniting, if not you'll need to check the gas valve assembly W10293048 for resistance and DC voltage from the DSI spark module W10331686. On the gas valve terminals, you should have a resistance reading of 215 ohms resistance from the center terminal to each of the outside terminals. Then reattach the wires, set your meter to read DC voltage and attach the meter lead to the center terminal and make a bake selection on the control. You should have a reading of 8 to 18 DCV to the outside gas valve terminals (the higher the voltage the better). Since the issue is intermittent, you probably have a weak DSI spark module.