Model #CGS3760ADW MAGIC CHEF slide-in range, gas

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Question and Answers


Why won't my gas oven work after a power surge?


I assume that your stove top burners are sparking. This would indicate that you do have electrical power supplied to the range. If not, you will need to check the breaker for the range.

If your oven control has a display showing, make sure that the clock is set properly as shown in the first image below.

If the clock is set properly, check to see if the broiler burner will ignite. If the broiler burner will not ignite, see if the igniter is glowing on the broiler. This would indicate whether the control board is supplying voltage through the circuit. If the broil igniter is not glowing then you likely have a failed electronic oven control board (part 74004403).

If the broiler works properly then I recommend removing the oven bottom panel as shown in the second image below and checking the igniter in the same manner as the broil burner. If the bake burner igniter is not glowing then you could have a failed control board as noted above.

Power surges or glitches through the electrical lines will sometimes damage the electronic control board. Based on your symptoms this is your likely failure if the clock on the board works and is set properly.

If you need to replace the control board and intend to complete this repair yourself, be sure that you shut off the breaker and the gas supply to the range before accessing internal components.

If you need more help, resubmit your question with additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
December 11, 2009

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