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The ignitor is fractured how do I replace it?

I noticed the the Right side large burning was not lighting. It was sparking but very low to the side away from the gas entrance. The electode lokked also slightly tilted away from the burner. I could see a small haireline fracture in the ceranic coating. Clearly I need to replace the electrode. So my question is how do I do that? For safety I have disconnected the electrode

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Hi thanks for the question 2 screws hold the igniter . pull bottom drawer out and remove the igniter replace it thanks the appliance doc

Posted on Sep 29, 2008

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