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Gene  
#61 Posted : Friday, January 14, 2011 8:50:55 PM(UTC)
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Sorry we missed your first post.

If you ordered the igniter Part number: AP2014488
Part number: AP2014488


from Appliance Parts Pros then you can see on the picture that it comes without the wire nuts.

I'm just the volunteer on this forum but I would like to make it clear for you and other people who can read it that Appliance Parts Pros does not make any parts. They all come from different manufacturers and the only manufacturer decided what to include in the package.

The best thing about it is that you were able to fix it even it was more complicated than just a bad igniter. Good job!

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kiernanman  
#62 Posted : Monday, February 7, 2011 11:04:32 AM(UTC)
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My igniter question is in regards to a GE Gas Range (PGS975SEM1SS). The connector for the igniter is somewhere behind the back wall of the oven. I would prefer to plug in rather than splice the wires (I have a genuine GE part ordered through you, so I assume the plug connector is the same).

What's the best method to access the igniter plug? Can I reach it through the convection fan opening, or can I remove the back panel of the range?

Thanks.
Gene  
#63 Posted : Monday, February 7, 2011 12:38:15 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: kiernanman Go to Quoted Post
...What's the best method to access the igniter plug?...



Pull the range out of the wall and remove the rear panel.


Here are the breakdown diagrams and Replacement parts for General Electric PGS975SEM1SS Gas range | AppliancePartsPros.com

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kiernanman  
#64 Posted : Thursday, February 10, 2011 10:08:15 AM(UTC)
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Thanks. Two screws was all it took to access igniter connector through the back panel. That part was easy. Removing the two screws that hold the igniter in place was much harder than it should have been, but eventually was accomplished. Thanks for helping me save some $$$$.
Gene  
#65 Posted : Saturday, February 12, 2011 6:46:05 PM(UTC)
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You are welcome. I'm glad you were able to fix it. Good job!

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bandit01  
#66 Posted : Tuesday, February 22, 2011 7:05:53 AM(UTC)
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girlfriend has a Caloric gas stove model RSK03700UWW, oven broiler does not work. I suspect the ignitor .
Where do I find the ignitor in the oven and how is it removed ?
Thanks
Gene  
#67 Posted : Tuesday, February 22, 2011 1:15:58 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: bandit01 Go to Quoted Post
girlfriend has a Caloric gas stove model RSK03700UWW, oven broiler does not work. I suspect the ignitor .
Where do I find the ignitor in the oven and how is it removed ?
Thanks


The model number you posted does not come up. Verify and repost it please.

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bandit01  
#68 Posted : Tuesday, February 22, 2011 1:22:14 PM(UTC)
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its a Canadian brand , maybe thats why it doesn't show up

HOw about Amana P1141253 ww
Gene  
#69 Posted : Tuesday, February 22, 2011 5:06:14 PM(UTC)
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The closest model number I found is RSK3700UWW. It does not "0" between "K" & "3".

Open the oven door and look on the top of the oven cavity. The igniter should be secured to the Broil burner (#1 on the diagram) with two screws.

You probably have to remove the burner mounting bracket (#3) and carefully pull out the burner together with the igniter and then unscrew the igniter mounting screws. Cut the igniter wires long enough to splice in the igniter.

The new igniter comes without the mounting bracket, so you have to use the old bracket. Be very careful because the igniter coil is very fragile. You have to order the high temperature wire nuts together with the igniter.

- The igniter Part number: AP2934763
bandit01  
#70 Posted : Tuesday, February 22, 2011 6:19:44 PM(UTC)
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thanks very much for the replies.
My mistake on the model number ,I must have hit the 0 by mistake and missed it when I checked it. Sorry
Looks like a fairly easy repair.
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