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    • Part Number: AP3416919
    • MFG Part Number: WB02X10822
    • Made by: GE
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How do you remove the igniter from a GE Monogram ZGU48N4G?

Lou

ANSWER Hello Lou. SURFACE BURNER REMOVAL 1. Lift off the burner cap and burner head. 2. Remove the burner ring locking nut using a 1-1/16? socket wrench, crescent wrench or channel-lock pliers. 3. Lift off the burner ring. Do not remove the burner base. To replace: 1. Align the locator pins on the burner ring into the labeled hole in the burner base. Seat in place and push toward the electrode to set gap properly. 2. Replace the burner ring locking nut. Tighten the nut three times to remove small imperfections in the parts. This will ensure the nut remains tight over life: • Hand tighten nut, tighten 1/4 turn with wrench or pliers, then loosen. • Hand tighten nut a second time, tighten 1/4 turn with wrench or pliers, then loosen. • Hand tighten nut and final tighten 1/4 turn with wrench or pliers. 3. Align the locator pin in the burner head into the hole in the burner ring. Seat in place. 4. Replace the burner caps. BURNER BASE REMOVAL To remove: 1. Remove the venturi tube from the center of the burner base using a 3/4? socket wrench, crescent wrench or channel-lock pliers. 2. Lift the burner base off the cooktop and pull the wire from the tip of the electrode. To replace: 1. Slide the wire back onto the tip of the burner electrode and lower the base back onto the cooktop. 2. Replace the venturi tube back in the center of the burner base and hand tighten. Using the wrench or pliers, tighten the venturi tube 1-1/2 turns. 

Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com   |   Wednesday, December 05, 2012

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