Question about Tappan TGF657 Gas Kitchen Range
When I set the temp and oven to bake it doesnt seem to ignite. After awhile you smell gas. Is there an ignitor that can be replaced?
The oven ignitor is more than likley your problem. It has to draw a certain amount of amps to open the gas valve all the way. If it is weak it may not be doing it's job. The part number I have for this ignitor is 316030600. It's located under the flame spreader in the oven. One other thing to check is the burner itself. This would be the tube that the flames come out of. Make sure that is is not rotted or plugged. Catriver
Posted on Jul 28, 2006
CAT DRIVER IS RIGHT. I AM AN AMATEUR BUT WITH A FEW SCREWS YOU CAN GET TO THE IGNITER. ANOTHER CHEAPER BUT THE SAME IGNITER NUMBER IS GE IGNITER -PART NO-WB2X9998. THE BRACKETS ARE DIFFERENT-BUT IT FITS. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO CHANGE BRACKETS-JUST BEND THE LOWER PART OF THE BRACKET UP A LITTLE. THE BRACKET IS A BETTER ONE AND HELPS TO KEEP YOU FROM TOUCHING THE IGNITER. ONE IGNITER IS ABOUT 80 DOLLARS--THE GE IS ABOUT 40.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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