Question about Amana RanARG7302 Gas Kitchen Range
Almost one year since we replaced the last igniter, we appear to be having the same issue. Does anyone know why this would be happening? The only thing that we do differently this time of year is cook for thanksgiving. My wife often cooks 4 pies at one time and we normally use the oven 24/7 from Wednesday to Thursday. Is it possible to "wear" the igniter out?
I am sure you noticed where it is located. A gas oven cycles the same as an electric. depending on the number of times the door is opened and the length of time you operator the oven. Our furnace was acting up one night last winter and I turned the oven on warm with the door cracked open until I could get the part for the furnace in the morning and our igniter went out on the oven. Also try not to touch the element on the igniter when you install the new one.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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