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Igniter neither oven nor broiler igniters will lite changed spark control module and same problem I do get a click from the gas valve like a safety switch is not allowing gas to run

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  • rico49 Oct 03, 2008

    Hello huuum, I have an Estate by Whirlpool model TGS326RD2 which is 2 years old

  • rico49 Oct 04, 2008

    top burners work fine so gas gets to them no gas smell from oven just the double click from gas inlet valve at the bottom of the stove when oven is turned on when the broiler is tried nothing happens at all



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No gas smell top burners work fine just a double click from gas valve at bottom of stove
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Hello rico49.
Welcome to Fixya.

Please send me the Brand,model number , and year of your range

Huuum

Posted on Oct 02, 2008

  • Neil Golan
    Neil Golan Oct 03, 2008

    Did you try to manually light the range with a match or hand held igniter?
    And if the gas range is not secured to the wall with an anti tip bracket check th flexible gas line is not bent or kinked!
    Do you smell gas at all?
    .I'm checking the model info now!!

    Huuum


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HELLO MR BEAN


These problems are difficult to diagnose sometimes without being there to actually see what is going on. Now...let me see if I can remember all of this. You replaced the spark module and have a spark at each burner now. You also checked for gas leaks and didn't find any. Now, you're telling me that the oven isn't working? Most oven igniters I'm familiar with are the glow bar type. Which means they don't spark at all. They glow to a certain current potential (roughly 2.7 to 3.3 amps) before the gas valve is opened and begins to flow. Once gas flow is achieved, the igniter ignites the gas. Now, when these igniters get old, they become weak and will not provide enough current to open the gas valve, or, they take a long time to ignite. If this is your case, then you need to replace the oven igniter. Does this help you? PS Keep in mind, some ovens have two separate igniters. One for the broiler and one for bake. Does the broil function work? If so, the oven switch is good.

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