Question about Stoves Electric Stove With Heater - Blue

Open Question

Kenmore gas range model # 362.7361893

My gas stove will light the burners and the broiler which is on top but not the bake part. I picked up a new ignitor kit for it but I cant figure out how to remove the ignitor, it has 2 screws underneath that I cant get to .
Any Ideas?

Thank you

Posted by on

1 Suggested Answer

  • 53 Answers

SOURCE: Ignitor continues on it own

Sounds like your cooker has a flame rectifier supervision system. What this means is, electricity is passed through the flame from the controller, back to the controller/pcb (fire conducts electricity). If the the pcb doesn't recieve a return signal, it thinks the burner has gone out and starts the ignition to try a light the burner again. As simple to fix as a rusty/dirty flame rod or, as complicated as a bad pcb. Get a pro to check it out.

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

Add Your Answer

0 characters

Uploading: 0%


Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add


1 Points

Related Questions:

1 Answer

The pilot light will only stay lit when you hold the pilot reset button in, as soon as you let the button out the pilot light goes out and the actual burners never come on. Any ideas?

Gas line is clogged if your pilot lite goes out - They got rid of pilot stoves because the pilot was always lit and using gas.

And without a lit pilot no way you can get the burner to ignite unless you use a match, assuming you have gas going to the burner!

Nov 08, 2015 | Heaters

1 Answer

Burners on the gas range spark but gas does not come out of any of the burners. The electrical gas shut off valve does not open.

Try this website! (Hope this helps. If you have anymore questions, let me know.)

Jan 28, 2013 | Heaters

1 Answer

Want to convert from natural gas to lp propane

A conversion usually consist of new burner(s)/nozzle(s)/orrifice(s) and either a new regulator/gas valve..

Some gas cook stoves or ranges come with the ability to run on either fuel and the spare nozzle or orrifice will be attached somewhere on the stove.. usually under the range top.. the gas valve may have a small lever that you simply move to the preferred fuel setting.. NAT or LP.

The appliance must have a rating plate that states it can be converted.. and if so..typically a conversion kit will be available or may have been included in the appliance package.

LP Gas runs at a higher pressure.. making a broad statement here.. converting from Natural to LP is more dangerous if the proper steps are not followed then converting from LP to Natural.. which typically just results in a weak flame.. regardless. it's still dangerous.

Many modern appliances will have a warning label stating it can only be used with a certain type of fuel. Heed the warning.

If your appliance did not ship with the alternate fuel kit or has a warning label.. do not attempt to convert it.. it will be much safer and cheaper to buy the proper appliance.

Best of luck.. and be careful

Mar 29, 2011 | Heaters

1 Answer

Our LP Buck Stove will suddenly not lite. The pilot is lit. To start the stove, we just push the ON button and the fire lights, it stopped lighting without warning yesterday. Any ideas what is wrong? I...

If I understand it correctly, the pilot light will light and burn, but when you turn the Control Knob to the ON position either the burner won't light? My question is, doe the pilot stay lit or does it go out, when you do this.Also, is this a Vented or Vent-free Gas log Stove?

If it's vent-free, the Oxygen Depletion Sensor (ODS) which is part of the Pilot needs cleaning. As, it may be clogged with dust, lint & pet hair and it's sensing that there is not enough oxygen for safe combustion. The other issue tis relative to the pilot assembly, is whether this unit has a millivolt control valve and the Thermopile has failed. The Thermopile controls the opening and closing of the gas valve when you turn the Control Knob or ON/OFF switch to the ON position.

If it's a Vented unit, the same thing applies to the Thermopile.

It would also be wise to check the amount of gas you have in your tank. It may be to low to sustain combustion of the burner(s), but has just enough to keep the pilot burning.

Hope this helps you to Troubleshoot the problem. If it does please leave me a positive approval.

Mar 26, 2011 | Heaters

2 Answers

I have a Goodman gas furnance. The furmance kicks on the glow rod lights and then the furnance shuts down after about 60 seconds it goes through the same cycle. The burners never come on. What's wrong?

Let's trouble shoot a few possibilities:

Can you confirm that your gas pressure/ supply is correct-- by lighting all of the range top burners at the same time-- Do they all light quickly, and burn to full height, without much of any yellowing at the flame tips? That should indicate you have god gas pressure and supply.

Now-- in the Oven itself-
When you light the BROIL burner-- does it's glow ignitor light up, and does that burner light off OK?

If it is only the main oven burner that is not lighting, are you able to remove the cover plate that covers it, and watch it light off? -- Any clues on whether or not the gas valve even open?

If NO gas flow, likely you need a new Main Oven Gas Valve-- Probably need to call your Gas Appliance service person.

Let us know if this helped

Mack B

Jan 23, 2011 | Goodman GMS90703BXA Heater

1 Answer

Rheem gas furnance makes a boom when lighting, after being off for a while

Two things come to mind right off. The first is to make sure that all burners are clean, The second that I would find the most likely if this only happens after furnace has not been ran for awhile is the duct work is expanding rapidly and this is what making the noise. I would observe the burners when the furnace come on and see what flame looks like. It should be igniting quickly when calling for heat with the flames setting close to top of burners and have sharp pointy flames that are mostly blue with just a little yellow.If the flame is drifting off of the top of burners they need to be cleaned. I hope this helps you. Thanks

Jan 12, 2011 | Stoves Heaters

1 Answer

Burner keeps going out

It might be the ODS Pilot Assembly. It could be clogged with dust or lint.
It might be low gas pressure.
It could also be the pressure regulator.

Oct 07, 2009 | Vanguard International Infra Red - Large...

2 Answers

Pilot and burners

You need to check a couple of things, first is the flame sensor, second is the thermostat. Without anymore detailed info this is the most I can give you.

Nov 08, 2007 | Uniflame 200209 Open Flame Patio Heater

Not finding what you are looking for?
Heaters Logo

Related Topics:

219 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Stoves Heaters Experts


Level 3 Expert

1751 Answers

Bruce Showalter

Level 2 Expert

79 Answers


Level 1 Expert

53 Answers

Are you a Stoves Heater Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides