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Ignition Plug Assembly

Part Number: AP2838563
MFG Part Number: 00189324
Made by: Bosch
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Description

Top burner electrode.

Genuine Bosch part. Bosch brands include Bosch, Thermador, Gaggenau, and others. See all items in Range / Cooktop / Oven Igniter.

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Part Number 00189324 (AP2838563) replaces 1014099, 189324, 189719, 189773, 189889, 20-02-041, 20-02-043, 20-02-377, 20-09-245, 35-00-436, 413966, 488832, AH3440546, EA3440546, PS3440546, PS8698440.

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Was told 2 burners had no ignition or gas and 2 others had gas but wouldn't ignite Charles W. • Granger, IN • December 16, 2014

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One of th 5 burners would not light one of the ignition plugs would not spark with the other 4 burners Paul C. • Lakewood, CA • February 08, 2015
Appliance: Thermador Gas Cooktop SGCS365RS

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Igniter had to be replaced: it sparked for a long time and sometimes the spark went down instead of across to the burner Chuck T. • Santa Rosa, CA • December 15, 2014
Appliance: Thermador Cooktop SGCV36G02

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How to Replace Ignition Plug Assembly #00189324

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Ignition Plug Assembly #00189324 for Cooktop, Range made by Thermador, Bosch. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

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Where to buy the connecting wires (Four) between the Igniter assembly and the 4 Pt. Re-igniter module for the subject cooktop ? Each wire is provided with Female Spade connector at either end for easy connection. These wires are identified as wire No. 31, 32, 33 and 34 on the THERMADOR WIRE DIAGRAM SGCS304 20-02-557-D. An early response will be highly appreciated.

Asit B. for Model Number SGCS304RS Sr.# 81110120NB

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The largest burner igniter of my Thermador Cooktop GG36 fails to spark toward the burner. Do I need to replace the igniter and its associated connectors and wiring? If yes, please provide me the required part number(s).

A Chen for Model Number Thermador Cooktop GG36

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I need to replace a cracked Ignition Plug Assembly on my Thermador SGSX365ZS. The cracked part has a tight spring over the indented part of the plug that holds it in place. The new part did not come with a spring and I can't find one listed for sale. I can't figure out how to remove the spring, and if I destroy the spring to remove the old part, there will be nothing to hold the new ignition plug assembly in place. How can I remove the spring?

Bruce for Model Number SGSX365ZS

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Does the," ignition plug assembly" part # 00189324 have everything I need to replace my igniters on my Thermador model PCS366US or do I have to order clips, springs separately? The picture looks different than mine is this the right one?

Dale for Model Number PCS366US

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last time I posted the question:" "The rear two burners sparks on and off continuously without turn on any control knob. (all 4 control nobs set on "OFF" position.) I have to disconnect the power to shut it off. Please advise. (nothing wrong with burners, everyone works.) Ted for Model Number PRSE364GLS ANSWER Hello Ted. It sounds like the spark switch for one of the burner valves is bad and will need to be replaced. " which part number is for the model PRSE364GLS "the spark switch" ? please advise. after I turned back on power, sparks stops, two left burners has no spark anymore, but not work at all: the right ones works normal. Then I had replaced the Spark Module, but it did not solve the problem, it went back to the beginning stage. please help.

Ted for Model Number PRSE364GLS

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The rear two burners sparks on and off continuously without turn on any control knob. (all 4 control nobs set on "OFF" position.) I have to disconnect the power to shut it off. Please advise. (nothing wrong with burners, everyone works.)

Ted for Model Number PRSE364GLS

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