I have an amana oven in mine, you go out and hire 2 more people for it takes four to light it, just kidding. It only takes 2 or 1 person with real long arms. If yours is electric spark ignition like mine, you push in on temp knob to pilot, and have to hold the knob in. Here is where the long arms or helper comes in, if the electric spark does not light the burner bar, then you will have to do it the old fashion way with a butane match. the lighting point is all the way to the back of the burner. I would first light a front burner and confirm gas is flowing, then use either of the two methods. My unit is a 2011 and oven works well, just the electronic spark will not fire it, DW uses a butane match while I hold the knob in (bad knees you know). Good luck.
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