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Do you have a meter to test voltage with?
Well, we need to see if we are losing the voltage to the igniter from the control or the neutral from the valve. One of those two things has failed if the igniter is new and still will not light up.
No, they are not polarity specific.
You will want to remove the wire from the gas valve that one of the igniter leads go to. That is the neutral. If you have 120 VAC from the other igniter wire to ground (any metal on the oven), then the valve is faulty. If no voltage, then the control is faulty.
That is exactly right. The control is showing as no longer available, as is the valve. See the link below. It may be time to consider replacing the appliance...
It may be a wiring issue, once you get a look at the voltages, we will know more.