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Broiler and oven igniter the same?

Both the oven and the broiler aren't working. When I checked online to order the oven igniter and broiler igniter, they were the same part number. Do I only need one? My model number is JGBP85WEB1WW.

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Re: broiler and oven igniter the same?

You may not need a igniter. the problem could be with your control board which supplies power to both the broil igniter and the oven igniter. In my years of working on ovens i have not seen a oven that needed both igniters replaced.

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