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Help in Replacing broiler igniter DCS RG-486GD

The igniter for the broiler has broke. I have removed the igniter from its holding bracket, but I don't see a way to disconnect the 2 electrical wires from the igniter without cutting the wires. I have not been able to find a new igniter locally so I can't see what is needed to install the new one. Thanks

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Jeff,
You have to remove the back of the range; the wires plug into the gas valve that controls gas to the broiler.  They detach by pulling on the slip on connector. 

Posted on Nov 26, 2008

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