The stove works fine but the oven will not light so would that be the regulator that is bad?
Answer Hello Terry,
This is normally the fault of the thermocouple on the oven valve 74006333, the pilot assembly 74006334, or the burner 3403W027-45, in that order. Sometimes this can be caused by any one of the previously listed but on occasion, the three have to be replaced to restore efficient operation since heat, rust, and spills can take their toll on these assemblies.
We have a magic chef stove/oven in our travel trailer. The stove part works fine we can not get the oven to light at all.
Answer Hello Lana. Test for 3.2-3.6 volts AC at the gas safety valve with the igniter turned on. If the voltage is there, you have a bad safety valve. If the voltage is low, you have a weak igniter and the igniter will need to be replaced. You can test this with a multi-meter TJMA-DMT3. Here is a link on how to use a multi-meter. http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html
My oven flames way too high. Your helpful FAQs make me think thermostat, not regulator, even though the troubleshooting in the manual says to replace the regulator. Are any special skills needed to replace the thermostat, AP4097896? Does anything need to be put on the fittlings, such as sealer, pipe tape, etc?
In case the regulator, AP4009952, does need to be replaced, are there any precautions for this? It looks like the regulator connection to the manifold does have some kind of white sealer on it.
Since it is just the oven that the flames are too high then the most likely cause would be the thermostat rather than the regulator. When you install you will always want to use gas Teflon tape for the connections. This helps to keep gas from leaking.