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Old 12-01-2012, 03:29 PM
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Originally Posted by atczumbar View Post
...I believe I can just remove the entire tube and igniter as once piece, then reassemble...

...Below the oven, where the wires lead it appears the gas tube is held on by a collar nut where the gas feeds into it. If I remove that while I be able to accomplish my goal?...

You are on the right track. After you will remove that nut, carefully bend the gas tube down until it moves out of the burner tube. It will let you to move the burner in any directions. The burner is also secured to the back wall by the two screws which have to be unscrewed too. You also can use aftermarket igniter which is exact replacement for the GE part and can save you some money.

- The GE oven igniter Part number: WB2X9154

Part number: WB2X9154

- The aftermarket oven igniter Part number: AP4503139

Part number: AP4503139

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