Question about Hotpoint RGB745 Gas Kitchen Range
How do i fix it?
If its a gas stove/oven and everything else is ok, then its the ignitor at the bottom of your oven. first Open your oven door alittle til its stops the first time then pull it up and out. that gives you freedom to work. then pull out the racks. Now you have two screws that hold down the cover of where the ignitor is, unscrew those and pull off the cover, you'll see the ignitor. Pull out the drawer at the bottom and you'll see where its connected, disconnect it and take it to an appliance parts store where you can order one. Take the new one and splice the original wires onto to the new ignitor( make sure to use the ceramic wire nuts) and reconnect it and there you have it. It'll take you alittle time so dont rush. I change them all the time, it takes me like 10-15 min. You dont have to turn off the breaker, just DONT turn the oven knob ON
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
The first part that goes bad is the element,check that you are getting power to it. electric stoves work like a light bolt and the switch on the wall, the oven thermostat is like your wall switch and the element is like the light bolt.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
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