Sorry, I'm not at home and don't have it. The oven is about 8-10 years old and in good working order otherwise. It's propane fueled.
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So someone who's quite handy but doesn't have specific appliance experience should be able to fix it?
I'm not convinced the oven control is the issue... I read a little more and others in online forums say it might be the igniter. As I said in my description of the problem, the oven initially heats to temperature, then shuts down till I "reset" by turning it off and on again. I don't want to buy a $90+ part without some certainty that it's the right one.
ah, makes sense! is it okay if I don't rate you till I get the part & install it?
I looked at the Appliance Zone policy and it said 90 days no questions... is that incorrect?
ah - okay, what is the site that will take installed returns?
It says "Electronic clock kit. *Wiring could differ from original, will possibly need to be installed by an appliance repairperson."
How likely is it that a repairperson will need to install it? And why does it say "clock kit" when I need oven control? Does the part control both?
how do I save this conversation to return to it later once I've installed it?