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GE gas range oven pilot won't stay on...

Mstroooo

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We have a 25ish year old GE gas oven/range, and the main problem is the model number is nowhere to be found on this oven. It may be the tag was removed by a previous owner or lost when moved. The pilot light for the oven won't stay on. You can smell gas when you hold the knob in, but it won't stay lit. You can see what appears to be damage on the pilot assembly, but as I said I don't know the model number to order a new one. Is there a safe generic one I could get to put on there or another way to determine the model number? Thanks
 

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rickgburton

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GE usually put the model number tag under the top or on the frame at the bottom. I checked my parts sites but you'll probably need to search online. Your keywords are natural gas safety pilot assembly. Robert Shaw 102-36 has a 36" thermocouple. Does yours look like this:
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