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I have a GE gas self-cleaning gas wall oven.  When the oven is turned on it sometimes takes unusually long to ignite.  When it does ignite the flames which are blue in color come up from under the pan around the front and back of the oven.  There is also a smell of gas. This oven has been serviced numerous times in the past for not igniting, building up gas and even exploding enough to blow the door opened.  The oven has been completely rebuilt but still has the above problem.

We now have completely stopped using the oven.

Please advise.

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