Oven Op Panel shows correct temp, but actual temp is much lower. Checked resistance on temp sensor, it was 1107 ohms at ~70 degrees. It appears correct. What else could be wrong?
The oven sensor should be at 1090 ohms plus or minus 10 percent at 77 degrees. If the sensor is checking ok then you would want to check the wiring from the sensor to the control. If wiring checks ok then you will want to check the elements to ensure that they are getting proper power and check to make sure that neither of the elements are bad.
My pilot light is on in the oven but the oven will not come on. What part to I probably need.
Answer BF, Under the circumstances, You most likely have a weak oven igniter 12400035, it's a bit hard to tell without a proper model number. The igniter can glow but not produce enough amperage to open the oven safety valve. You should be able to remove the oven bottom panel, turn on the oven and observe if the glow bar igniter glows "white hot" and produces the 3.2 to 3.6 amps needed to open the safety valve.