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Spark Electrode

Part Number: AP2832516
MFG Part Number: 00415124
Made by: Bosch

Genuine Bosch part. Bosch brands include Bosch, Thermador, Gaggenau, and others.

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Part Number 00415124 (AP2832516) replaces 1012523, 15-12-567, 415124, AH3460606, EA3460606, PS3460606.

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I understand that they do not make the Spark Electorode I realize the part is not being made but what do I do now with that one burner do you think can it be fixed at all with another part?

Tadpole for Model Number #415124

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Hi. I need part number AP2832516/00415124 Spark Electrode for my Thermador PCS486GDUS which is discontinued. I have tried several places to find it. Do you know where I could get it? Or if I can use another part number? Thanks, June

June for Model Number PCS486GDUS

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need to find several new spark electrodes, part # 415124

Michael M for Model Number Thermador PCS366US

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Have a Thernador Pro Range about 10 years old... Model # PRDS364GRUS Need igniter for the GRILL Believe it is part #415124 Was advised that it is no longer available ..Sears has one they say will replace, but it does not have the pigtail attached ... What part # will substitute for this???? Thanks in advance, Paul

Paul V for Model Number PRDS364GRUS

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I just ordered two new igniters for my range. I changed one a few years ago but don't remember EXACTLY how I removed the old one. I remember that the place where I bought the part said that they become very hard to remove after a time and you need to drive them out with force after a number of years. I can't remember for sure if I drove the old igniter down (I think that was what I did) or up. Can you confirm the removal of the old one. I watched your video but it is not like mine range at all except the very basic steps. Thanks

Don for Model Number Thermador PRDS486GD

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This question has to do with replacing the Spark Electrode Igniters [formerly part 15-12-567] for the model PCS486GLUS. I have gotten the base removed from the range top and I have removed the clamp and spring from the Igniter. The Igniter is frozen in place with a combination of rust and grease I guess. How do you recommend that I loosen the Spark Electrode Igniter? Thank you!

Dinah for Model Number PCS486GLUS

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