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Old 11-20-2007, 12:07 PM
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In your opinion- Can I just change the 2 surface ignitors for the stove to work.
I can live without the oven/broiler for now. How difficult is it to change these ignitors? Do I have to change the spark Module too?
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The stove and the oven are operates absolutely separate. In order to fix just the stove you have to replace the igniters and the spark module.

The job is not very complicated. Just be careful and do not forget to remove the power from the range first.

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Same problem, my fix involved swapping the broiler ignitor with the oven unit to get it up and running. The only issue was with the wire lengths.
Now I'm ready to order the round ignitor but the photo does not show the mounting tab located at the rear with 2 holes approx 1/2" apart.
The mounting looks similar to the flat model.
Any ideas???

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The mounting bracket is not shown clear on the picture but it is a standard for all kind of the round igniters and it will match up with your old one.

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I have a frigidaire natural gas range model PLGF389CCA with an oven that has been slow to heat up. After reading these posts, I have concluded it is probably the igniter. I took the oven floor up and removed the flame spreader and turned the oven on, but the igniter did heat a very little, but it did not get red hot or anywhere near that after 20 seconds, so I turned the oven control back off. I conclude that the igniter is most likely the problem, and since I don't have an amp meter I can't check the current draw.

I have taken the igniter off its mounting by unscrewing the two screws holding it in place. I cannot see how the wires are connected to their supply since they are only about 2 inches long and appear to go into the back of the oven. I have seen posts here that say to cut the wires and attach the new igniter using ceramic wire nuts, which will be somewhat difficult given how short the existing wires appear to be. If it is simple to do, I would prefer to attach them at their source, but I don't know how to access that. Any words of wisdom /voice of experience are appreciated.

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Hi Brad,

Pull the range out, remove the back cover and you will access the igniter connection.

- The part number for the oven igniter is AP2150412

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Thanks for your help!
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G.e. Oven Replaced Ignitor Oven Still Will Not Light
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What was the original problem?

What is the complete model number of the unit?

Did you perform a troubleshooting prior to replacing the part?

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Original Problem Over Or Broiler Will Not Light
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