My GE left rear burner sparks when I switched it on, but it is very weak and can not ignite. All other burners are working ok. I pulled the weak igniter out and noticed the connection between the white porcelain to the red wire is not solid (seems like aging due to heat). I bought the igniter AP3191250 and found out it does not come with a wire. What part should I order to get the wire. Please help. Thanks.
ANSWER Hello John,
I looked up the model you listed on GEs' website and found that GE does not list the ignitor wires individually or as a harness. I did a search for four burner ignitor wires and pulled your mini manual and found that your model has a blue, brown, yellow, and orange wire and of all of the ignitor wires harnesses made by GE, the WB18T10407 is the closest. This is not to say that this is the correct one for your model but is the best guess we can provide. If the wire lengths are not the same, you may have to replace only the bad wire and you may have to use a different color wire from the harness to do this. The spark will not know the difference and because of the fact that they carry high tension voltage, they have to be completed by the factory.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Wednesday, April 16, 2014