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It sounds like your oven igniter below the floor inside your oven is just starting to fail and needs to be ordered and replaced. Since the cooktop still works you know the unit is getting power and gas. Oven igniters last about 6-8 years under normal use before they tend to start failing. They need to draw at least 3.2 amps or else they won't open the gas valve correctly and it will either crack the valve open, or open and shut the valve several times when it should just be holding open. It doesn't matter if the igniter is glowing or not; just because it glows doesn't mean the igniter is drawing enough power to open the safety valve. The igniter is only about a $65 part and you can replace it yourself if you want to remove the racks inside the oven and then remove the floor to access it. Otherwise it will cost about $170-200 to call someone and replace it for you. Below is a link to the igniter you'd need to order for your model.
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There is not a bypass switch unfortunately. Also the oven shut off valve is NOT manually regulated. It opens and closes based on the amp draw of the igniter. I'm sorry but until you replace the igniter you can not get the oven working again. It's designed this way for safety reasons.
Now, you could swap the broil igniter at the ceiling with the bake igniter below the floor and that would get it going---but you'd likely need to cut and splice the wires behind the oven going to the igniters to perform this task.
I have sent over an option if you'd like to speak by phone. It's an additional $18 charge.
As for anyone that can come out today, I don't think there will be a single company that will come out same day on a holiday. I know here in Colorado where I'm located that is not an option.
This model doesn't have a lever, and it cuts gas to the cooktop burners as well even on models where it does have a lever. These manuals are made for multiple models and some of a shut off lever and others do not. The problem is your igniter, it needs to be replaced. If your broil igniter comes on, give it at least 5 minutes to open the gas valve. If it still won't open, then either you have 2 bad igniters or your oven gas safety valve is bad. You'd need an amp clamp to clamp the wire going to the igniter to see if it's drawing 3.2 amps or not and if it's not drawing 3.2 amps replace the igniter---otherwise replace the valve.