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Thank you so much for this thread. I've been all over the internet trying to figure out how to replace the igniter on my GE Spectra Range. I couldn't find anything that told me how to actually take the old igniter off until I found this thread.

I did have to make a trip to Home Depot to get new connectors and was talked into buying a stripping/crimping tool for $11, but now I having a working oven for the cost of parts and a tool. Yay!

Thank you so much for helping this silly girl feel like she can fix stuff in her condo.
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Thank you so much for this thread. I've been all over the internet trying to figure out how to replace the igniter on my GE Spectra Range. I couldn't find anything that told me how to actually take the old igniter off until I found this thread.

I did have to make a trip to Home Depot to get new connectors and was talked into buying a stripping/crimping tool for $11, but now I having a working oven for the cost of parts and a tool. Yay!

Thank you so much for helping this silly girl feel like she can fix stuff in her condo.
You are welcome. I'm glad to see you happy!

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Hi. I have a GE Spectra XL44 model number JGB920BEC4BB. I originally though that my bake igniter had bit the dust because my oven takes about 35-45 min to preheat to 350/375. In trying to diagnose the issue I removed the bottom cover of the oven to expose the igniter and burner. I then preheated the oven to 400 and it reached the target temp in about 10 min. I then replace the bottom cover and again tried to preheat to 400 and it took over 45 min. Could the bottom cover be affecting the igniter/burner in some way? I also noticed that without the cover on the burner fired up in about 30 sec. With it back on it took over 2 min. Coincidence or could it be related in some way? I'm ready to buy a new igniter to see if that fixes it. What do you guys think?

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Before ordering the igniter I would inspect the burner for and clogged or burned through holes. If there any, order the burner. It comes with the igniter.

- The oven igniter Part number: AP2020569

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- The Bake burner assembly Part number: AP3205796

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The burner holes don't appear to be clogged and I don't see any visible holes elsewhere along the burner tube. Last night, while observing the burner without the bottom cover on I did noticed that the flame was even along the entire length of the burner, on both sides. I did not see any areas that were not lit, though I did notice that the flame started out fairly large and then after a few moments (maybe 30 sec after it lit) decreased in size for the remainder of the preheating. Do you think a new igniter would be the next logical step?
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The burner holes don't appear to be clogged and I don't see any visible holes elsewhere along the burner tube. Last night, while observing the burner without the bottom cover on I did noticed that the flame was even along the entire length of the burner, on both sides. I did not see any areas that were not lit, though I did notice that the flame started out fairly large and then after a few moments (maybe 30 sec after it lit) decreased in size for the remainder of the preheating. Do you think a new igniter would be the next logical step?
There are a few venting holes in the oven floor. Try to check the flame looking through those holes, without removing the oven floor. Post the results.

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I have a Hotpoint model RGB628GEJ1AD range. I received the ignitor, but no wire nuts. Should they have been included? Secondly I removed 4 screws, 2 on the ignitor and 2 on the back wall of the ove and the ignitor is now loose. However I have hardly any slack in the wires. Do I need to pull the range out from the wall? I assume if I do I need to disconnect the gas line? Lastly are ceramic wire nuts something a local hardware store might stock?

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Not only was my ignitor bad, I had pinched wire that was shorting to the chassis just above the door near the burner controls.

Thanks for the part, but I am a little disapointed no one responded to my above post and I had to go to a local applicance store for the ceramic wire nuts. The counter guy said the ignitor should ship with them, so this looks like an oversight from the supplier or Appliance Parts Pros.

Anyway, all is well now.
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