Question about Kitchen Ranges
I am replacing a spark module on an Amana gas range agr5715qds. Have the power supply done OK. I need a color schematic for connecting the ignitor wires properly. When disconnecting the power supply 3 of the ignitor wires disconnected from faulty spark module and I want to make sure I get them where they belong. Upper left ignitor wire remained intact so that is in proper receptacle. It is a orange/black tracer wire. Any ideas on other three? One is orange/black tracer and other 2 are 2 shades of orange.
thanks, David Thomas
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most of these igniters come with instructions that explain how to properly install them. If the connector plugs do not match, you should have been instructed to clip the plugs off and splice the wires together using the CERAMIC wire lugs that should have been included with the replacement kit. DO NOT use standard wire lugs. The heat of the oven will cause them to melt. Just make sure the oven is UNPLUGGED before attempting to install.
If you have any questions, please let me know. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
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Hi Phil. Generally black wires are live, hot wires while white wires are neutral.
You may be correct that that tarnished black 110 was never connected.
That said, you will have to test each wire and see what's hot and what's not. Your goal it to get it working again, not to necessarily connect up every wire. J.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
their is one of two things causing that,
1) the switch that supplies power to the spark module when the burner is turned on is bad...its located on the shaft of the burner valve thier is one switch for each knob so counting the oven and the burners their is 5 (the oven is different from the surface burners) to check those switches what needs to be done is remove the knobs then the face panel so ya can get to the knobs.
No is where is gets a bit complcated if ya dont follow all procedures....the knob must turned on to check so gas will be flowing and ya must light the gas using a match or raw gas will eneter the kitchen...or if possible temporarly turn off gas supply to the unit.also POWER MUST BE DISCONNECTED and then with power off and the burner lit manually once turned on ya would need to check each switch to have continuity,if any of the switches does not have continuity when measured with a ohm meter that switch will be bad
2) the igniter is cracked so power is coming from spark module yet since its cracked power is jumping out before it gets the where it lights the burners.
Posted on Oct 02, 2011
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