Gas oven wouldn't light
Jeffrey E. • Warrenville, IL • June 12, 2014
My Repair & Advice
The ignitor was glowing, but wasn't getting hot enough. This means the ignitor is old and needs to be replaced. Its my first time doing an oven repair and you can do it to!
So I turned off the power took the bottom panel off the over. I cut out my old ignitor and put in the new one.
I did that by cutting and stripped the wires and marked which wire was on top. Then I used the ceramic wire twister caps (that came with the ignitor) to connect to the oven wires. Word of advice on the wire twisting, use the wire twister cap to bring the wires together, because otherwise your twisted wires won't be wide enough and will slide right out of the cap. And that's it, the oven worked afterwards.