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Oven/Broiler Igniters for KitchenAid range KGST307

Are the two igniters found in the oven (one for the oven and one for the broiler) on a KitchenAid Thermal-Convection range model KGST307 the same (part # 748248)? The lower igniter in my stove appears to be out but the broiler works fine. They appear to be the same but I wouldn't want to order an igniter and discover I'd bought the one for the broiler by mistake. Thanks much JustaGuy

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  • Guy Cardineau Apr 02, 2007

    The full number for my range is KGST307GBS0 (sorry 'bout that). I searched on RepairClinic.com and found a single igniter, which is their part # 748248. My part is about 3.5-4 inches in length, which seems to correspond fairly closely to the picture of 7482448, and both the broil and bake igniters in my range look identical. I looked up the part #'s you provided and found their part # 747868 (~7.5 inches) corresponding to 9751123 and # 748013 (~11 inches) corresponding to 9751784. The lengths are basically related to the glow bar, ceramic extension and the metal cover over the glow bar attaching it to the ceramic. They all look very much alike except for the lengths and the color of the ceramic material (white or brown) holding the glow bar.

    Guy

  • jgiambro Mar 13, 2008

    I have the same problem on my KGST307B4. The broiler works, but not the oven. Sounds like the solution is to replace the igniter for the oven. How tough is the job?

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Guy, your missing some letters at the end of the model but I compared 4 different gas slide in's starting with KGST307 and the part numbers are bake ignitor 9751123 and broil 9751784. Catriver..post back

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    Ron Marek Apr 02, 2007

    Guy, the model number helps. They are the same, part number 9753108, right out of the book. Catriver...

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