Question about GE JGBS04 Gas Kitchen Range
One of the 2 ignitors on the stove-top burners does not spark. The other one works. Do I just need an ignitor? What is the P/N?
I know how to turn off the gas and am OK with mechanical things. Can I do this myself?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: GE XL44 Gas Stove
This Randy again. I checked out the top of the stove as you suggested and found every thing to be ok. Where might the pilot light be located on this ge xl44? this unit is about 13 to14 years old.
Thanks for your help
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
SOURCE: JGBP33 BAKE IGNITOR
You did not post a complete model number, but this should help:
Take racks out of oven. Remove two screws at the very back of the oven bottom. Lift back side of bottom up and back a bit to remove oven floor. Remove flame spreader (one nut at center). ignitor is at the back left of burner, most likely a WB2X9154 (round style) ignitor. The entire burner can be removed rather easily at this point if you remove the two screws at the front and disconnect the ignitor wire (if you wish to have easier access to ignitor mounting screws.)
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
SOURCE: Bake ignitor Location
Hi Kurt, welcome to FixYA!
In the diagram below, Part #28 is your ovwn ignitor. (See the red markings to highlight it)
It is located underneath the oven floor, and the floor should come out by removing the two screws located in the bottom rear of the oven cavity. Take out the racks, take out those two screws, and lift the oven bottom up from the rear, then disengage the front lip and lift it out. I hope this is helpful info and thanks for allowing us to be of service to you.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
may be a loose wire on the spark ignitor ceramic or if you run via main electic it may be your spark generator
Posted on May 17, 2009
If it is a ge it would have a glow bar ignitor, either a flat rectangle shaped or a round ignitor. That is want the problem is 95% of the time. It is pretty easy to do. The floor of the stove will come right out and it probably has two screws in the back corners you can see. Remove them and the floor will lift out and you can see the burner and the ignitor.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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