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There is an error code that will display if the sensor was faulty, so I don't think that is going to fix it. Are you certain it is lighting before it shuts off?
The error code will be on the oven display.
Can you access the bake burner and igniter to use sand paper to clean both areas where it sparks?
The igniter is number 16, bake burner number 14 at link below.
Let me know what happens or changes after sanding.
The poof would not be just the gas coming out, so I would clean the igniter and see what happens. Do you have a meter to test resistance with?
On the gas valve, there are three terminals. Test between the middle one to each outer one, looking for about 216 ohms. If off by much, the valve is faulty and will cause no ignition.
Hmm, that is usually the result of an issue with the spark path between the igniter and burner.
Once the flame is lit, the path from igniter to burner is completed by the moisture in the flame, telling the spark board that the burner is lit.
I have not recommended you buy any parts. I have instructed you to clean the bake burner and igniter and test the gas valve.....
Have you done any of that?
Let me know what you happens after cleaning the burner and igniter and the results of the valve test, please.