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Old 10-26-2011, 06:20 PM
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There are no options. You can install it only one way.

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We now have a step-by-step video showing how to replace an oven igniter (either flat or round):

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Default Help with my GE Range Model #JB968K0K1CC

After cleaning cycle I have always gotten a F code. I have only used the clean 3 times on this range. This time I got the F2 which says (for an unknown reason the oven temp has exceeded the preset threshold. The only other code we got was fc, & it says this cod means that component has failed somewhere in door lock circuit. Even after unplugging for a long time we either had lock just clicking off & on constantly, or would not unlock. It is like the lock function is shorting out. Do you have any suggestions what this could be?
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Sounds like the problem is a bad oven control board, but there is a small chance for the door latch to be bad as well. Unfortunately there are no instrumental tests in such situation. I would replace the control board first.

- The control board Part number: AP3957552

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I have a Maytag MGR4451BDW Stove.
Only 2 of the 4 ignigtors work. I can move the burners around and they will spark in different spots.
I checked and there are 3 ignitors with the same part number and one with a different part number. The only difference I see is the one has a wider spade than the rest.
What would be the reason?
If I replace all the ignitors, will that fix my problem?
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Ok so I've replaced the oven igniter, it worked so I put everything back together. Now it won't even come on. Seems to me like there would be a short or something somewhere but I don't know where to start. any help would be appreciated.
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Ok so I've replaced the oven igniter, it worked so I put everything back together. Now it won't even come on. Seems to me like there would be a short or something somewhere but I don't know where to start. any help would be appreciated.
What was the original problem?

What is the complete model number of the oven?

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sf377pegw1 its a whirlpool gas range. Oven won't light, but broiler and burners still do.
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Check for 120 VAC to the igniter while the control calls for Bake. Post the results.

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