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Igniter My oven will not come on. We replaced the igniter and still nothing. The broiler does work though. Any suggestions?

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Scrawny In order to help you bettr I need the complete model number(begins with 3 digit prefix) for your oven. Usualy it is on the door frame.Also I need to know if the new igniter glows. Gendos.

Posted on Feb 21, 2007

  • moesinvestme Jun 20, 2011

    Im haveing the same problem but i dont know if i got the wires hooked up right from the igniter to the control valve. Model 911-30464200 and no the igniter does not glow the broiler dose

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