Model #FGFB66ASA FRIGIDAIRE Free Standing, Gas

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Oven

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I can see you are wanting information to correct your oven's heating issue. I will be happy to help. I was able to find a link that includes great information for this issue. I attached the link below. I hope this is helpful.

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Jackie S -
July 08, 2012
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The ignitor glows and gas comes out ( I can smell gas) but it does not light properly

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Doug -
July 08, 2012
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Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

The cracked inner door glass would not be causing the intermittent oven operation.

I assume you're able to program and start a bake cycle.

Based on your symptom it sounds like the oven bake igniter is weak and not allowing the oven safety valve to open. It may glow and pull enough current/amperage to cause the oven valve to open initially but after the oven gets hot, the glow bar igniter is not pulling enough current/amperage to cause the oven gas valve to open.

Replacing the bake igniter will most likely resolve the intermittent oven operation. The bake igniter is located under the floor of the oven.

Remove the oven racks and there should be two screws located at the back of the oven floor to remove. Remove the two screws and lift the back of the oven floor up and then slide it back to disengage it from the front. After removing the oven floor you will see the flame spreader. Remove the nut in the center of the flame spreader and lift it out. The bake igniter is secured to the rear of the bake burner with a couple of screws. Disconnect the quick disconnect plug connecting the igniter to the power source. NOTE: Disconnect the power cord from the power source before servicing the range. I added a video with the general procedure of replacing a bake igniter.

The bake igniter #5303935066 for model FGFB66ASA can be ordered from Sears Parts Direct. The new igniter will be a universal igniter. You will need to cut the wires near the old igniter and use the ceramic wire nuts to splice and join the wires to the new igniter.

If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services .

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
July 11, 2012
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