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Oven won't light


Hi, your in need of a new glow plug igniter unit. approx cost 50 to 60 dollars and can be replaced by yourself if your a little handy. This is a common part to replace in this gas range.

Jan 24, 2014 | BlueStar RNB36 (Gas) Kitchen Range

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BlueStar RCS 6 burner range - brand new - ALL 6 burner ignitors spark when I turn on ONE burner. I came across some BlueStar literature that suggested this would be a problem. A representative from...


The units that are ending in BSS have multi ignition like you describe and the units ending in BV1 have single ignition.

BSS = All ignite
BV1 = single ignition

Nov 10, 2010 | BlueStar RNB36 (Gas) Kitchen Range

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My bluestar rnb48 continually sparks even after the flame lights. What are the likely problems and solutions.


Hi,
Here is a tip that I wrote that will help figure out why the burner spark keepson clicking...

Gas Range RepairBurners Keep on Clicking
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Sep 29, 2010 | BlueStar RNB48 (Gas) Kitchen Range

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No spark and no power: Bluestar 36


Is there power at the outlet? I know that it is probably very hard to get to behind the heavy Bluestar, but it looks like you may have to pull the stove away from the wall and make sure it is still plugged into a working outlet. All of those stove functions are fairly separate, so to have all of them go out, you probably have a power supply problem. There may even be a break somewhere between the plug and where it splits off into the fan/light/ignitor parts.

Dec 08, 2009 | BlueStar RNB36 (Gas) Kitchen Range

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Igniter wont stop firing


Make sure that the small burner holes near the ignitor are not clogged. if no flame is visibly touching the ignitor, then the ignitor will not sense that it is lit. The fact that it seems to take longer to light than normal leads me to this as well.

If there is good flame contact with the ignitor, then sometimes it will not sense the flame if you had a boilover and water got down between the wire and the ceramic body. This can happen with oil as well. Removing the ignitor (carefully! if you crack it, it will "leak" its spark and not work properly), cleaning it and letting it thoroughly dry will help. Most of the time I just leave the burner on and the clicking will stop after about a minute when the whole assembly heats up and drys out.

If all that checks out, then the ignition module is bad. Mine went out after 6 years use. They are available online (I bought mine from a Viking parts store...surprisingly). Replacement is fairly easy. Turn off the power to the stove. Remove the screws that hold the burner knob/oven knob faceplate to the range (Two are only accessed by opening the oven door, the rest are tucked up at the top of the faceplate and under the top-front lip of the range) The ignition module has many wires attached and they are easy to remove. MAKE SURE YOU ATTATCH THE WIRES TO THE NEW MODULE IN EXACTLY THE SAME SPOTS ON THE NEW IGNITOR. That includes the same ignitor wires that are all colored the same.

I absolutely love my Bluestar. I wish my convection fan was quieter, but the power of the range is simply awesome.

Apr 23, 2009 | BlueStar RNB36 (Gas) Kitchen Range

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No spark


Replace your Invensys U-67204-8 0+4 Module: http://www.toolbox.invensyscontrols.com/appliance/linkedElements/ElectronicSparkIgnition_SparkReignition.pdfwith a Tytronics 4 Point Re-ignitor #RI 120E-4: http://www.tytronics.com.au/__files/f/2792/4 Point Re-Igniter.pdf which has replaced the older Invensys Module on BlueStar Ranges like the RNB304BV1 - 4 Burner Range (also used in some Viking Ranges): http://bluestar-store.mwrc.net/en/product.php?product_id=40478 Call Prizer-Painter 800-449-8691 for instructions if not sure how to do this. Also, may want to do some cleaning first overall on the Burners and the Igniters - BlueStar Part #741801: http://bluestar-store.mwrc.net/en/product.php?product_id=37702 or replace if broken: http://www.bluestarcooking.com/bluestar-service-videos.html#

Apr 18, 2009 | KitchenAid 30 in. KGCS105GSS Gas Cooktop

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Cook top will not light


Try to light it with a match to verify gas is getting to the burner.
If it light with a match you will have to repair the ignitor for that burner.

Mar 15, 2009 | BlueStar RNB Series RNB364GSS (Gas)...

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