Question about GE JGRP17 Gas Single Oven
Oven will not heat at all, broil works, and burners work, so I am assuming it is the igniter from following your advise to others. I have removed the bottom pan, and the igniter is attached to the manifold, but how do I remove it? I can feel two screws on the underside of it attaching it to a bracket that is holding it on to the manifold, are these what need to come off? And how will I know what part number it is? If it does come off, do the wires unplug from it, or do I have to follow them down into the oven, as they go beneath the oven floor pan? GE Spectra xl44
also, will I get an email telling me if you answered this?
Once again...I apologize for not getting back to you sooner. My email notification doesn't seem to working.
The part number for the bake igniter is WB2X9154. You can order a replacement part online at any of the following websites: searspartsdirect.com, repairclinic.com, pcappliancerepair.com or appliancepartspros.com. I recommend these sites, because they seem to offer the best service and offer competitive pricing. I would recommend checking all of them for the best price.
You do not need to remove the oven floor to access the connector wires for the igniter. Remove the lower drawer for access. Make sure you unplug the stove and turn off the gas before servicing. As stated before, the new ignitor may or may not have a matching plug to fit your range. If the connector does not match, there will be guidance provided with the new ignitor that instructs you to cut the wires and splice using heat resistance ceramic wire lugs. They should be included with replacement kit. DO NOT use standard wire lugs. They will melt. Let me know if you require further assistance. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
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