I was able to remove my igniter without pulling my oven away from the wall (there was enough wire to pull into the oven cavity). A little bit of insulation came out.How important is it to get the wire pushed back in as far as it was before removing the defective igniter? How important is it to get all the insulation back in around the wire?
ANSWER Hello Paul. It is best to re-install the wires as far as you can into the hole and the insulation that came out. However, it is not something that has to be done. As long as some is put back in there, it should be fine.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Wednesday, November 14, 2012