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Thank you. If you look at the picture of the regulator at the link below, on the right, there is a little flip lever. If you move that little lever to the opposite position of where it is on your range, does the oven then light?
I don't suppose you have a clamp on ammeter to test current draw, do you?
Can you clip on just one of the igniter wires?
Well, the igniters need to draw at least 3.1 amps through the valve bimetal to open the valve. So, even though they glow, they may be too weak to open the valve. If they are drawing 3.2 ro above, the valve is faulty. If they draw less than that, they need to be replaced.
I suspect the igniters are weak and will need to be replaced. That is much more likely than two faulty valves. I would replace the igniters.