Question about Amana RanARG7302 Gas Kitchen Range
I have the same range ARG7300W. I have the electronic ignition and I have had problems with this range since I first purchased it and now I have not used the range for several years because of the porblems with that electronic ignition. What can we do? Has there been a recall on this range? Any suggestions would be appreciated.
SOURCE: Amana Range ARG7300W
yep open the oven door unplug the range remove the racks on the bottom liner should be some screws remove them then take the liner up and out if there is a flame spreadder on the burner tube remove it at the back of the burner bar should be the ignighter most new ones are generic you just cut the wires on the old one and splice the new one on with cerramic wire nuts make sure the wires are away from the burner bar reverse dissambily turn oven on should light within 30 secs if ya pluggedit back in
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
I am sure you noticed where it is located. A gas oven cycles the same as an electric. depending on the number of times the door is opened and the length of time you operator the oven. Our furnace was acting up one night last winter and I turned the oven on warm with the door cracked open until I could get the part for the furnace in the morning and our igniter went out on the oven. Also try not to touch the element on the igniter when you install the new one.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
SOURCE: amana broiler problem
Each burner manifold in the oven has its own igniter. If the igniter is defective, the burner assembly will not light. The igniter has to be functioning properly in order for the gas safety valve to open. This is a designed safety feature that prevents free flowing gas from entering the oven cavity without ignition. This reduces the risk of explosions.
There should be a flame spreader metal plate covering the access over the broiler. You will need to access the broiler so you can view the broiler manifold and igniter. Turn the oven setting to broil and make sure the igniter begins to glow. If the igniter fails to glow, replace it. If the igniter does glow, but you still do not have ignition after 90 seconds, the igniter may be weak and still require replacement. The following link explains oven igniter types, their current potential, and how to replace them:
If you have questions, or require additional assistance, please let me know before you rate the solution. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
On the Amana: Several Ebay stores carry panels like this. Problem is, once you open electronics they usually are hard to send back.
The stove is ten years old. You'll likely spend more than it is worth finding the right part and repairing it. It might be a good time to consider buying a new stove and selling this one for parts or scrap.
Posted on May 11, 2009
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