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Need new ignitor for the oven, how do I change it.

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You should call and experienced technician when dealing with gas appliances.

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If your gas oven isn't firing up, start your diagnosis by checking the ignitor for the proper current draw. "Uh, do what?" you ax, with glazed eyes. Don't be intimidated by techie-sounding procedures. This is simple stuff- if you can fog a mirror, you can measure current draw. This article explains how to make simple electrical measurements and this one explains what you're looking for in the gas oven ignitor.

Once you've proven that the ignitor is drawing insufficient current (and, therefore, is the correct part to replace to fix the problem), use this handy pictorial guide to hepya change it out. The wiring for most range ignitors is accessed underneath the oven by removing the pots drawer, as shown here. Why do you need to access the wiring? Two reasons: 1) so you can measure the current draw and 2) it's part of replacing the ignitor since the new one has to be wired in the same way as the existing one. Take note of where the wires go. The ignitor wires are not polarity-sensitive so don't worry about "reversing" them.

In this particular range (a Maytag), I had to remove a covering panel to expose all the wires.

Here, I have my clamp-on ammeter on one of the ignitor wires to make a current draw measurement. You can see the closeup of the meter in the next pic. You can see the current draw reading is 2.4 amps. For a square ignitor, such as this one (you'll see it in a subsequent picture), the minimum acceptable current draw is 3.4 amps, well above what I'm measuring here. Obviously, in order to make this measurement, the oven has to be turned on and the ignitor getting voltage. This is a LIVE test, meaning there's live voltage on the circuit. Fire in the hole! Fry yo ace if'n you ain't careful, Hoss, so... BE CAREFUL!On some ranges, you'll need to remove the back panel to get to wiring for one or both ignitors (there's one each for bake and broil). Yes, this means the range needs to be pulled out from the wall. In the case of a wall oven where the freakin' engineers didn't bother to make it service-friendly, you'll need to remove the entire wall oven from the cavity. If this is the case with yours, you'll quickly understand why I abhor wall ovens. Here's a typical bake ignitor. Note that this one is square. Some ranges, such as older Whirlpools and GEs, use a round ignitor. These two types of ignitors have different current draw specs and are made to be used with different types of valves. This means they are not interchangeable. So, if your range uses the square ignitors, you can only replace it with another square ignitor. The brand doesn't matter since, by convention, all square ignitors have the same current draw and all round ignitors have the same current draw. For replacement square ignitors, I find that the Maytag universal square ignitor kit is the most cost-effective and reliable. I use this kit in all brands that require a square ignitor.

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My jennair stove oven takes to long to lit model #jg8750ads

Here a video I found that could help you change this ignitor in your oven. Parts number 12400035 is the part you will need to replace to fix you oven problem you currently have.
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Most common replace, not difficult to change nor expensive.
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Here is a link to purchase a part if you need too.

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I have a Kitchenaid KGBS276X double wall oven. The botton oven works fine. The top oven will start when it's in the broil position, but as soon as I turn down the heat setting it cuts out and stops. ...

so you're saying you have no bake, have a broil ignitor and a bake ignitor,the broil only has one setting and that's broil,all the other settings are for bake.i looked up the ignitor on the sears site,it costs 189 cross refrences to part number 12400035 and this ignitor will work and it's 62 bucks,change out the bake ignitor and you should be fine,you can check it with a meter or turn on the oven and see if the ignitor even glows,it turns red when it's on but even if it glows this doesn't mean it's good,it opens the gas valve by amps,3.5 amps but i would start with the ignitor,it should fire up in around 40 seconds or shorter,if it's more than a minute the ignitor is no good.let me know what you find,unplug the oven before you change out the ignitor

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If the glow bar is glowing and the oven doesn't come on in about 30 - 45 seconds.... it probably is the glow bar that needs to be replaced. BUT it could be the oven valve. Usually it is the glow bar.
The glow bar is wired in series with the oven valve and even if it is glowing it may not be sending the correct voltage through to the oven valve. To change the glowbar... unplug the appliance, unscrew 2 screws holding the metal bracket to the burner and remove the ignitor. You can cut the 2 white wires going to the ignitor and use ceramic wire nuts with the new ignitor.

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Hello there:
Normally if your ignitor is coming on in the specified time usually around 45 to 75 seconds
this would indicate that the thermostat is defective and needs to be replaced.
However if the ignitor its taking longer that this this would indicate that the ignitor is getting weak and should be replaced.
I would recommend replacing the ignitor along with the thermostate to ensure that you are using new parts you will get better performance with new parts ok
Hope this is very helpful for you
Best regards Michael

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