need to find several new spark electrodes, part # 415124
Answer Hello Michael. Unfortunately the manufacturer has discontinued this part and they no longer offer a replacement. Thanks!
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.
Answer Hello Don,
You will need to turn power off to the unit and verify the power is off if turned off at the breaker. Now remove the burner cap and the nut in the center of the "star" burner. It will remove by turning it counterclockwise. Now you will be able to lift the burner base. The ignitor wire will be unplugged from the bottom of the ignitor and the burner, when turned over, has a clip holding the ignitor to the burner base. Remove this clip and the ignitor will slide out of the4 top of the burner base. Install the new ignitor in the reverse order of the removal. Reinstall the ignitor wire and set the burner base back in position. Now you should put some anti-seize compound, (fancy name for high temperature grease), on the threads of the center nut. This will make it much easier to remove next time. Re-assemble the remaining parts in the reverse order of the dis-assembly and re-establish power to the unit.