I am not at home so cannot do this now. We have this house for sale but need to get some things repaired. Can reply tomorrow. Maytag said to look inside the oven(s) which I did and found two silver tags with customer service numbers on it and the other numbers in tiny print. Guess you are saying to look on the side of the door - is that right? How do we proceed from here?
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The problem here is going to be the igniter, Take the floor out the oven then remove the flame spreader, you will see the igniter toward the rear of the burner. Set the oven for 350f then watch to see if the igniter glows.If the igniter does not glow shut the power off then pull the igniter out and test it with a ohm meter, if as I suspect it reads open then it will need to be replaced.If the igniter does glow then it's still bad, a good igniter will glow bright yellow to the point where you cant look at it, If the igniter glows yellow/orange it's bad.
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Hi Mike,I have to use a library computer right now so can only get on at certaintimes.You advised that the ignitor on the Maytage oven is faulty but you need aserial number. There is no serial number at all on or in the rangewhatsoever. Strange. Anyway, I found a technical information sheet thathas these letters/numbers on it. MGR6775ADB/Q/S/W. Perhaps you can nowprovide the part number and where I can buy it. Again, this is a MaytagGas Double Oven Range Precision Touch 750 Series that was installed in mid2009.Thanks,Tom