hi! thank you so much for any help! the model number is XXXXX
I have even tried unplugging the stove and letting it sit for a bit to try and get the timer to reset (on the assumption its timer related????). I read something about if the polarity is wrong, I would get these symptoms (but that doesn't explain why it only malfunctions at night?) so I plugged it into another outlet but the problem persists. Last night I unplugged it, let it sit, plugged it back in, and then the stove top wouldn't work either. (ignitors not working, gas flowing). Got up this morning, it works like a charm, both stove top and oven. As I said, the whole ignitor unit on the oven has been replaced. Normally, the stove top works fine, the oven stops working (ignitors won't ignite) right around dusk.
really. no foolin. works great all day long. I'm gerflumoxxed.
I'm not sure exactly how old it is. My sister moved into a new condo, it was a gas oven, she wanted electric, so she sold it to me. It can't be too old as the condo was built in 2006? Of course, thats assuming they installed it new. I got the model number off the bottom of the stove, on the side of the drawer at the bottom. It says "model number" next to it, I thought that was a good clue. although I think I added an extra F. So, to clarify, its SF377PEGB.
I'm starting to think the Oven is haunted.....
ok I'll see what else I can come up with, thanks Bryan
its the SF377PEGB5.
well I wish I was there thats for sure. the only thing I can think of is either moister in the unit that interferes with the operation of the oven, or something you turn on in the evening is interfering with the power supply . try taking a long extension cord and running this into a different room on a different power line and see if it works,there may be a power drain on something at night thats causing this