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    • Part Number: AP4092738
    • MFG Part Number: 73001551
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Ok, I'm replacing it on part #12, the burner without a center venturi. I am having a very difficult time figuring out how to remove the burner assembly or how to get the igniter out to replace.

John for Model Number Jenn Air PRG3610

ANSWER John, This should help you through, :"Single Feed Burner 1. Disconnect power and shut off gas supply to unit. 2. Removing the corresponding grate, burner cap and port ring. 3. Remove venturi bolt securing burner base. 4. Burner base can now be lifted off maintop. 5. Disconnect electrode wire from burner base. 6. Reverse procedure to reassemble. In case theres a mishap :" "Disconnect power and shut off gas supply to unit. 2. Remove burner grates and burner caps from unit. 3. Remove dual feed burner flame spreaders and single feed burner port rings, by lifting straight up. 4. Remove screws securing dual feed burner base to maintop. 5. Remove venturi bolts securing single feed burner bases to maintop. 6. Remove control panel, see “Control Panel ” procedure. 7. Remove screws (two on each side) securing landing ledge to chassis. 8. Remove screws securing backguard island trim assembly to maintop. 9. Remove screws securing side panels to chassis. NOTE: All screws on the rear on each side, all screws on front, and one screw located on each front inside corner of the maintop facing the sides (if equipped). 10. Pull bottom portion of side panel out first, then lift upward to remove. 11. Maintop can now be lifted off. 12. Reverse procedure to reassemble Control Panel 1. Disconnect power supply to unit. 2. Remove all burner and thermostat knobs from unit. 3. Remove torx screws (two at each side) securing thermostat bezel. 4. Rotate top portion of control panel forward. 5. To fully remove for convenience remove light switch, and disconnect pilot light wires. Good Luck and Thanks 

Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com   |   Monday, September 19, 2011

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